The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: January 8, 1948
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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Voice of An Aworkan Community Dedicated to toe American Way of Life ;)'..:) )il) )'I it >i:;}(


'Heroic Charter Captains Save 9 in Inlet Boat Accidentof .t

Drive Sailfish Club Launches! Drive to Push Sport Fishing-Activ ; :I; GROUND SWELL' ;\ 4I

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ets Third a.f Mayor Baker Urges Popular Express Agency AREA REALTY VCT Counsel( ors VisitHere : 1 MAN KILLED., ''

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If f Big Goal Support for Civic OrganizationBy Begins Delivery SALES BRISK, A' I Effort lo Revive Phil Levine

.' Futile Coast Guard

The Chamber of Com- :Executive Secretary, Stuart Sallflsh Club i ,

Irce: was more than one. Under the leadership of G rover King, chairman the I Mouse delivery within! the city i, I The htrokm -yt Stuart

ird of the way toward Its Stuart Sailfish Club today launched an all-out membership limit Of Stuart wa begun Friday ,, Office Handled I I SailiHhClub charter cap- i

Wed-day drive to raise $4,000 in Martin County to--.support the---_ eluh'a by Railway Express: Agent, : $300.000 in Sale in j I II talus braving mountainous
John Dumlch '-Credited with f
.. ;seas was the
MntoL-C. Klckliter, mem- because it promote busi The new service also Includes I .4 Month.. 'rescue pf nine New Yorker>
pickup of ,
package upon request
chairman as some in Stuart. I ,yesterday morning when the
irship( Dumlch tald. On deliveries only I C4 B. ArboUtuart
of the estimated 300 e\i-\ ot/lcers of the club are one call will be made and any realtor private pjefevure craft lion
_lie for membership paid I on the ball and they package delivered either must I announced today that his of nee I II Northwester was smashed

loir duet in the first 2flOf and will do a good Job. have the street address or he- I ha found realty sales brisk\ in i by a comber and sank in StLjirlf .......,
the drive. of u* get together behind addressed parties known personally the past 90 day "with a continuous -f lole1-

i W* are anxious conclude ,' ,for by working togeth- to Dumlch. No charge 1* demand for good water 1 The body Of a, 10th passenger,
is drive In one week" sal j -Stuart. '
all businessmend .1 i U effected once a day Pumlch as-h lug contractor, wa recovered
kilter, urging '' r The local realtor
I his
who U
organizing tub-
said the service help considerably three hour after Jh accidentby
Interested In
| others to give come their 'I' to go the round enlist In keeping his warehouse oclates, L. Ashby Arbogast Col,) the Coast Quard, and al

oily progress to the volunteer support of year-round resi pace free Instead of being habitually John Q. MacDonald and Judge though pulmotort were rushed to .j\
BCk nvaisert* now whom he praised for, and visitor alike, appoint clogged up with uncalledfor I! M. R.. Cartwright, have acted as the dock and volunteer/ worked '

iiMlflshly\ giving their time! foeommunltph r his membership committee parcel I' sale agent In property trans- over the man fort hour he was
i Hall Hardware; Henry
I officially/ pronounced dead at,
B food. i Stuart Hardware; fen exceeding $300000 since .R A. MARTINA ALLAltW BROPIIEY 2 15 p.m vcterday
Item lithe list ot membership Rio l U d 0 of Jensen PUPILS UNHURT I, the Sept 17. 1941, hurricane and The Northwester;. believed to
received .Cy" Klckliter by noon : I ; and Ray Young charter I the office averaged a tale a day New Year Eve banque' at evemn II'<', 103( In attendance be of New York registry, came to
.terday. captain of The Spray. 'I preceded t aIL by Brophey and Stuart from Miami
.. .. .. I during the Christmas holiday the Stuart Hotel climaxed a visit
1l1eIoMi. ,
L I III membership in the I Among the recent trans- Martin who gave some facts on where Its owner Norman OotUet
W 0 AMrMo IN ACCIDENTDrive realty In Stuart by Allard F Brophey.
..4 ... i. A. .,... 11.1 u $9; for owners ot private fen handled by the firm sale' UCTs start, growth and benefits of Crystal Motor, Brooklyn, had
II M. M .. tlO and tor charter boat was national I I supreme counselor ot been entertaining guest on a
01111 of the St Lucie Hotel transfer I
.U.L tbMbwtolt...tar. Ck. / .10 ., I $25.The club ha two styles DraW'I I of the Oolfview Subdivision sale {i, the United Commercial Traveler The visitors' were entertainedat fishing trip In the Florida Keys.
oil ....._. Cfc: IM." I one for the private Through Open a number of home to and R. A. Martin, grand the hotel by Senior Counselor With five friends aboard and
1'4:: (45!>,'C.C Ktac* ) M 1irt III.i and the other for the. in Jensen Bridge: 4of establishing retirement persons rest I Counselor of-lhe Georgia-Florida C. D. McQuadf;, of the Indian Capt. Frank Brown of Miami
.i Y.w.c n... men to Ocean '1 River Council here. The Stuart former mate on a Stuart boat
+ .. t idence, transfer of a number of J Jurisdiction I
w.a..wr Oh.. riff Is the Sailfish center residential sites on Bewails Point.. I, Brophey newly-elected the council was founded last March et the helm the Ootlieb party J
4'....... ......... If." I ," King said In an Lamar Howard. Bruce Batty' and the sale of the 40-acre tract : office, Martin and their wives and now has (5 members, Me- enjoyed One sallflshlng offshore
I A.l. CAMP: N 1111 N.e : :: J the membership drive and Catherine DeWagner, students -; on East: 4th St formerly known reported considerable enjoyment Quade reported The vlslton' Tuesday, despite a growing
.>4 II... Inn Aok1..s. ..... I the Sailfish center not Just at Martin County High: as Edg-Rlva to Robert R .Wason, i I during their first visit to \this were taken fishing by Capt.. ground swell which increased.
1. anfrs.s It 54s' we are fortunate In hav School escaped UI'J other than't prominent national Industrialist. State. Arriving DeC. 30 they Walter Johns on the Bamblna through the night.
_.. .. "..ss0we I number of sail off the a thorough drenching when they Flan for complete development I. made a successful sallflshUig by Ttd Preston on the Utile Joe They were so enthusiastic over

........1100050.5 w _.. ..0101.4.r. .... I inlet, but because: the drove through a reportedly unguarded ''i'' of the latter tract will beannounced trip Dec. 31 and a reception and and by Ernest Tyner on the Stuart callnshlng that they had
..... loll Club ha promoted the opening.-of the draw In the turkey dinner at the hotel that Ddedle May II. planned to lengthen their stay
near future,
fe...._ e...-... .... .. 11r .. I here throughout the] bridge of the Jensen Beach : and another here from two days to two weeks
._ ..... ;: I project pending development -
T. Bridge and fell Into the Indian
The ground swell badyesterday
Y. II..U u.". la the Coconut Point WEST PALM PAIR ) was so
W. ..._ Soil. '; we are going to continue River last Thursday night I, holding on the North.Tork of I' BUY BARATS DAIRY WEEK REMAINSTO morning that veterar

/--u; _: U: I the fishing here The trio were returning- from. the St Lucie, which has '7,000:I Barats Dairy. Palm City his charter boat captain here turn '
ssY. t.!a. ( / On Page Flee)) I the ocean beach in a Chevrolet feet. 'of waterfrontage. ben purchased by 'C. A. and C' j ,, ed back rather than attempt the
Ck..1.u. I* truck about 9:30 p.m., Sheriff OM
n .u s.ey' DlMt l>:: W. feel that real estate will I W, Moore of West Palm Beach BUY'TAGSNew passage
w.- ..... .. It : Hancock reported and apparently continue in According to Capt frank
good demand thru from Mr. and Mrs Fred Josi C.'A.
.. I. '5.hh.n; I found the chain guard i
'.. Y.w. ..II. .. -1 ATE SENDS not to signal the draw being 1848," said I Arbogast, "and that'' Moore is assistant managerof Brown who was mate on one of
C. 10105., 0000U010 up I the advantage of the St. Lucte- Southern Dairies at West Palm the Schoenberg boats here Several
l01I.. open and kept going off the open Car Licenses Must
11100 ,
The Northwester
year ago
Indian River
Area are becoming brother will be
Beach. HIS in
.00.500. c..... Ch.41.r 11111.N .... i end. The truck damage to which more and more realized by' charge of the Palm City enterprise Be Secured by was feeling tier way ,Into the seas
.. .. ..... $1 0,000I'R la undetermined was raised
} Ifervin Sl u ( those who are looking for thereal Bales details and develop- Jan. IS when a giant comber approached *-
': t'u'' : : from the rivet by the Wiley Motor capt. Brown had decided to
;. II. I Florida and the genuine j I, ment plan will be announcedlater.
I. 11._ Ills Company wrecker I turn around and not make the '
American' way of life !The office of County Tax Col-
a. Caw. Ills I, CHECK Assistant bridge tender Harry I was attempt cross the reef, and
Ih_ .W. __. lector L. C. Klckliter doing
1r C.: A $0.0.
.. F Blotner was not avmilabie'forcomment the pleasure!! cruiser engine
rushing business this week as
,a..1s 50ew.: ..... : I and no word ,was received I STUART SAILFISH CLUB a were in reverse when"the ebbing
next Thursday deadline for the
C..M'I. .15.50A. .... I I'R from any of the trio regarding ANNUAL WINTER TOURNAMENT purchase of 1948 auto tags approached tide, he said pulled the 45-foot
Cnl.< is ss W( ) .+ A JlO.OOO any possible action in CONTEST CLOSES APRIL 30 Without fall tags mustbe craft toward the "break' and the
'.'it r TIM r.k.OMMM t:::: I 1 wa mailed to each of the mishap Standing a* of Jan 6 purchased by Jan 15 in orderto sa smashed her structure pouring .

ul tm4 U (*Sun, .... :11.0::: '* 67 counties by Comp Sheriff Hancock current Issued a warning )'Joxpli, lake N -w York City: caught ulnwrd Tl,*: !:il|triy. (-u|>t. 1 1In 'keep ones car In operation- tons of water over her and
-. .luk W Sin** l 101550W i iI I C. M. Day Monday as their Monday on passages i ,,)' Young, Untfli! 8 ( ,. 0.4 Lltrltl SIllS ; [ cut* from the State tax on of bad checks.: F, H. Hale of car owner will not be penalizedbut tempt was made to anchor The
...... Perry was arrested by Hancock i I Dr. Samuel Ash Newark N. ]J.. iuiijlil' ; & uUui d J IV Nwg, (;upt. '
... lM.e -__.... t0././ k'T.{!r betting at race Newton Chase In Dale Nriyrs. weight. 64 pounds : must keep his car off the next sea hit amidships flllloe
I and Deputy ): I
craft her
l tlinlia.IM.. 1 road until the tag is purchased. spilling seven
a II. ::.:: Okeechobee last week a W.UEHN TUNA da
H .. | counties divide equally all on i As of noon Tuesday 720 tana male three women passengers ,
tmmntIMM 111 from the basic S per i charge ot passing three such Course H (raring, 1\\(...".., Mass.. twiglil ulwrd 1I*< IlolioGupt had been sold and at least 500 Into the maelstrom
0". .- *550r05.0.5. checks. He 1 II awaiting the Feb 'I Jack WhitKitr. !9 I Some had life preservers i
j tax that Is taken out of I weight 1 pound, / more tags are expected to be
*".. 1104 i ihM. I bet placed through part-: 10 term of county court. COBIA sold before !the deadline arrives some did/ not Capt. Brown swain

'l"..'. air G.i., c.: .. .. .lOKI >.:N: { window I Hancock. Sam Epp this week was on arrested a charge by I I... M ()1I1 lrill, New Yoik City, (iauW,1),( .l-nrnl tto (.ull $tn'rut, at 5 pm Thursday. to one of the woman passengers
.A 0,5A-. ..... are guaranteed 133000 1 Capt Curt \Mnlkur, weight OH i"xuatse I Klckliter office; also reported and managed to put a life preserver
of larceny and Oblelee ;
I from racing or other State I 948 occupational licenses sold around her He did his
i. _... ., but last each re- Haslon. Domes negro wa* Jailed 1 DOLPHIN;/ }wheri the deadline passed last bent! to free passenger In danger
a & '
ItraL for 'drunkenness after being T. S. \\iiin. New Botitli atIt.I The !
$90900 Smyrna ttliftiuxl S[u.iy, tryst, Thursday A total of 364 .were of being smashed by debris Hat
I o,ZN addition to' the, countles'I, found drunk on the Old Dixie Kay Young, weight( 2 IK reused,, j sold last year indicating more ( ,untamed U.. Put.' UxlGUILOMEET:I

the State take a, 8 per 1 Highway near the Port Sewall MANCHOVE SNAPPER\ ': \ I than 100 purchasers will be paying ------- -
ON CHAMBER surtax on hone bets and an cutoff road, Hancock I John B. Vaiiglmn., IMw StItIl.Jj! Uttgfil,I M ntut: ,Ml lifcktiX") | | weight i1vusds. the 10-per cent penalty for
r,T, Oughterson. Price French, I per cent on dog and Jet tardiness The city hall reported
sMent H. U. Saunders and I wagers for. old age assist PUBLIC LIBRARY I SYXK ; SOB city occupational licenses

''II of Pence spoke on the Chamt i I Fred Brenner. (;"dIU burst. I Umg I: Mund, N V. Can +let' ill St Unit' sold so far since they went on
: been
Commerce at Rotary yearly sale Oct 1. No penalty has
inlet Wright 22jf I""Jlod"",.. .1 7:30 TONIGHT
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attached on these. The city also :
I I'l'ROVTFred .
CROSS' MEETING BENEFIT SET FOR has old 10 new beer and win
:Clop WILL MEET I annual meeting of the I Man.us, lliilw SMIIK!. Ctwight j, not 1,1113'j| lit' 7 |KmiuU. i licenses and; six: liquor permits.

iH ivd! John Post 62 Amtw : : : ; County chapter of Amer I 1 wince I IW --- : The regular monthly meeting 4
legion, will inett. at East Red Out. will be held! at WEDNESDAY P5 Mg AH{)() I PROPERTY OWNERS of the Fine Art* Guild will be
lo/ Bt. headquarters at I tomor- chapter house tomorrow at ItusMio KoHins.. .,ii]".Tiiilt'iMlrnl. "1..1.0,1| ,|,,, l Stonft Cguglil jl'MntJiun FORM ASSOCIATIONIN 1! held I at the Woman's Club at .'

". ight.THEIDES. : p.m. There will be election the I Dure, Cnpt Iwrl D,ire. Wright 55' poilntk : PORT SEWALLThe i 17:30: tonight. Members of the
and reports
Highlighting the IIMutJ'mem- tl\EMI I WATER IMVISIOV i board of directors are especially
I U *Invited.for the year 'The bership drive of Martin County BASS Port Bewail Property Own i urged to be present President H.

Public: Library will be a dessert| leeks II UiJMiig. New Sunk City; taught. oil 1>...11011 Special i ers Association, Informal and R. Steffens said
bridge and game party at the weight 7)4) ixnindn.. non-profit, was formed at a i A called meeting of the guild /
Woman' Club next Wednesday: 'i I meeting of 23 owner at Sunrise wa held at the high school
11'-' ... ... ..... M CAS 1\1. c..w Determine afternoon, beginning at 2 pm., BREAMI Inn Monday night E. W. Dutton I Monday night with 22 attending.
'M..'/.,- I..1. .. .0..e) S..s.nr.:.:. Quest are requested brine I David DoiMiUlkoii, Sluurt, fmight oil plug' ;, weight. X laxuol.! I acted a* temporary chairmanand ; Discussion: of possible dates for ;
> ft* I kw .Iwq. M..00 their own card or other game To dale there we no entries by Wl>l'lellItllglci'J.b.1116 ..iillikli.. tlivi i. wa made chairman pro tern presentation of a musical and
41'rri't : := ::% ..WM Needs to be used by attending groups.' skin. Throe bronze sailfish atahMtes are thin l year., prUi, but wigkrs : until by laws were formed with the next play by the guild wa i

M w. 1. W. .0, Admission will be 75 cent with are advited\ that fish hi be eligilila; .fur(,'comiwlitiiw I Ilie willuli. dMnioii, G .c Whltiear as secretary pro'held and the play 'George
A.II r.M. .. r n. all proceed going toward the committee Washington; Slept Here," was
mu tilW be caught from beats privately operated| or (.bar""' Ixiuls tem. A bylaws was ,
!" / SiSt S4t 1141tU4 : High School: Mrs., purchase of book and other, library : members at ,the Stuurt Suilfuh Club, mid thu 'riilo upplKi; In thow.legible appointed composed of Dr. H. W. read member through; Director by various C attending >tLaneaald : -
Iflt H4I I ill who wa* given a leave of Heall Dr. L C. Sanford and F
:: It 144 Idi IIS |>l* effective 4 Mr*. Carroll Dunscpmbe chair.I / fur stulfish' buttons nreiKiiled<1 hy (he dub M. WIlliams. about half the part have
II tit. 051>." 5.1.i.* Sit i >4il I 1 4 e nil., because, resigned of Ill health. A'' man of the! Woman library Honor rl"'I']'ii... awarded to tmgltrs! i-ulthnig. nn, ruif'tind ",..I, theliwivlest Two committees were appointed been IIIII'ned..nd he hoped to

.. 14 1& 4:0005:{ tees(: 1 'til:." "..seTNE'IEATHER for Jfl yean she taught: committee, will be In charge, J fish III the following ijietlrS' ) : the Improvement and devel 'complete hll.casting: this week,
0 Both
six yean and had She announced that ticket will White Marlin GnMiwrBin '| { opment committee composed of tentatively have
\ : In, the high school 10 hJ 1 1I be on tale at the library and at Murlin ..i.dyl iol. Dutton H R. Matheson and been set for February .
Slocum' Kiddle Shop Inh.. A drive for new member currently
I II Swordfish Tarpon Capt. A. A. Whltiear and the
I I theater building Assisting her > Is being conducted by the
!" who Mackerel STnm( toning and enforcement committee -
I here, was graduatees I will be committee members Mrs King .Weakfish headed by Mm:, A Berkey| guild for its expanding/ program
'.*.. *.. I./1-Mk- -.w he I Hall College, South Or- I I.. E. Ashley Mrs. R. A. with A. H. Oaborn, H. L. WllVmghby I which leave a number of position .
4 a.55. O S. vutfcM _... f ,'N. J., In 1(17 and received Mrs R. W. H rLmao. L TullleY'1 Amberjack BluelfahQlllfal : Jr.,," Cot Day, Andrew open that need filling Mrs,
,, siiMii: rib > master liter, O. D. Qulnllvan and SlMMlk Berkey Robert Scbock.l'rtt.nkl.: W, A Llpplncott Is chairman ofI

v..1n.I.Mr/.e./ 0.e"0.51.-.,, i t In l::r"I: 1 I Crary Dolphin Pumpaiui, ; William, F, J. ribbon and Paul 1 I the membership committee.

Coach Joseph McCoy with Spanish Mackerel .... Mangniv Siw|>i>.cr Comb
:'_:: U :: 1 school basketball team. 'I EARLS D. UTTRELL Barracuda ;liewpnhmul \I, i Another, meeting i 11 scheduledFeb. I LOOK FOR LEADER

.. I '.... ....._u It board approved solicita: JOINS NEWS STAFF Smite' tlrevalle, '" 10MUSICAL. IN' CITY'S YOUTH
: 1s1 by itudent for fund for I II Earle D. KlttreU of Orlando Arctic Bonilo Cufflopsai) --- I
0.5 : .:::=:ii :: : March of )Dime Christmas'\' moved to Stuart thy Week to AnMcora nu.nllClloW' FESTIVAL Sen. Evan Crary..O UU.
I and Junior Red Crow and Join The Hew staff In the printIng I I i Stuart Jaycees are Sponsoringi Keith and the Rev T. J. Oearjr'
lIICHu-aAmr.u. from Lie U staying Allison Tuna Founder music festival for Jan U have been named Stuart .
0. I receipt of .,000 department. 1 i a en'den by Jayeee "r
... ... I I, All fish must be( weighed In at the Stuart Toe House and theirwwislts I
.II Stale a* its first cut from at the Johnson House on Akron supervision of Kenneth BUrhwell. to select "the outstanding

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Street & Smith Representative / Tiger Cagers A LINE: ON SPORTS -Stuart Humbles West

Winner of Sailfish Silver Button i To Open Play Stuart Vets Complete, Second Before Pal':

Eleven 6-0
Successful Football .
By RICHARD F. WARVERLa got his; second jail, which he re-: On Weekend
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'1 it Sunday turned out to \be., leased J I By ED WENNINGER JR. --- -- ------
Me lMw',0 a..d '1.e -
,\ a banger! day for Captain Ernest' On Monday, the tails were hit, -- -. spy, who replaced Bob Rlgg In ; "as' l

'Tyner of the De Dee May, and ting wet but relatively' few boats i I The Martin County High i', Although far from equal to their amazing record In thelMnltlal OPENS the first half at the quarterback 5.54 sdsre.o -.. .

for th* anglers Aboard, Donfctornbaugh Wer ollt. Captain Toley, aboard School basketball teatft, Considered |: season last fall.'the Stuart Veteran have wound Up another ..ueI FUMBLE post completed U of the his moat 20 N. ,......-...................
the Mist Florida of his fleet, bad one of the most that community with aerials for 155 yard"\ .
'4 Wljllrd. O. South- I promising I i cessful football campaign provided" Stuart oy Po .nnIAed I t tvde
a party made "' r year* at the wholesome enjoyable athletic combat Considering the existing
eastern' SCORING DOORIN this season: Defensive ...._ 1
traveling representative all
part, of professional golfers from method
school, will
open Its 16-game much the level ,...
I facilities the brand of ball they played wa very on ends steed 155.ms'
cd Street and Smith the Stuart
publications the number bY
Valley Golf club of schedule\ In Cocoa tomorrow rate Play tree.a.e'. ,
,eartght, his first sail, one measuring Toronto Canada, and returned and'on Its home floor Of the ordinary college team. I Tilton and Fred Rein'stood out ,... .,.w.4
7 :feet, six 3/4 Inches, and Against The upporT they I received from the city and county proved St. Ong, .... e
with six! white jM>d red flags fly Belle Glade Saturday night. 2ND PERIOD as did that by Don /I.,.. ,... IMt.rf.owi .
< thereby won for himself e sliverSalilah Ing, Mr. and Mr*. George W, 'Both games: .-m'ltart at 7:30.:/: again 'that the t\ enry here Definitely Is sports-minded and In Shlpes and George MaP in thft Sa.....
button. El R Brown, manflgir -' Shaw, "Bill" Brodle; and Vv, E. 'i Coach Joe McCoy, starting his favor of the organization being continued. Operation of such an secondary.The f.'bt5'.... r.e.ns,4pIt' ,
of ,the W. W, Mac store ParkM were! the Canadian visitor first season here after assisting outfit necessarily Is on a shoestring and hand to mouth so to statistics; ,.... 4atw.
here/ boated and released a tall, and with the exception of Coach Charles Kindred with the speak, but of all the dozen of more such teams that were playingIn (' Vets Notch 7th Victory In Own W .........' -I

his first one. Incidentally, and the last-named all got fish Mr. football team, .said 10 boys will! South Florida this fall few If any of them received' as much | bull 'Contest Friday wet Win l ..,..* e J ee,
caught" on 34-pound test line. Shaw was high man with three: main the Cocoa trip which also backing at home. The Vets started more than 1700 In the hole, Night <,ffM>lii "!" KflH* SIW*.-Ml- i

\ The battle lasted 42 minute Included to the group were Mr f; .'tll initiate the team' Indian bought two MU. of uniforms, paid a team IS 000 to come here, I I REITZ TIIA\KS MANY ,
Carl M.
\1 f Dr Fogt. .local dentist. and Mrs, J A. Donohoe of Fort River Conference play. He said bought a car, traveled five times and still managed to finish nearly : The West! Palm! Beach "
Pierce and Mr Donohoe also his probable starters will be Lamar Herman Kelts, Jr. 81 a a 11
: lit the clear. That' support with capital a unbeaten and 12-point
connected Howard and Arthur Henryat $2,000 Mst! charter boat Dpt'ratorho wu (
', Carpenter Local While being awarded their forwards Bruce Batty at Whether a third season will be Undertaken Is undecided although pre-game favorites wfth a burned w hen one ol his boats f

: : 22( I buttons, that volunteeredth center and John Oadd and It understood most of the players this year expect to partisan crowd'' of nearly ,taught fire, then seriously Injured G
'" news Bill Brodie had Frank Matheson at guards Others be.here then and favor the Idea For one thing, It Is hoped that (w* weeks later .hen
Okella Mao il, Business made a hole In one at the Indian to make the Cocoa trip probably the'Stuarv-Endlcott aeries can be made an annual thing. At any 1,400, fumbled 'once too of another exploded, I III ant .f the

"",: Agent St\rt/Phon<- 44-W. Hills golf course at Fort Pierceon will be Don Bowden, Bill rate, if play IS resumed ,next fail/'the team will be financially !Iclosed tn as the Stuart Veterans. hospital walking around with
I''.' Meet 1st W 3rd Thursday Dec 27 They allacknowledg- Leach Junior Mancll, George sound at the start, fully equipped and assured of community support out their second ea* a plaster rut *n hi* cranium.Kelt .
nights WouRrnan Hall 2 ed thin to be 99 per cent luck QuIgley and Jim Hutchlnson. Those are three big Items that point to success, win, lose or fton with a 6-0 victory on An- laid the News
miles \ Fort Pierce but. a..s Mr Shaw remarked" a Other reserves for Saturday's tilt demon! Field In' West Palm **Mt generally speaking,
bid hob In one Is still a hole In ene." here will Include Paul Mlspel, Beach Friday night C hen a fellow -bnylnc the 1
on Dial rVghway. Thpy are simply on a busman's Bob Titus, Adolph Hertel and The win enabled Stuart to end I II drinks" his ..-tall... friends 1i i
n Joiners of holiday at the Indian HUH Karl John Krueger Statistically the Vets showed up In th* winning column all Its schedule with a three-game lap him on the buck tnt call 1i i

ArnericaFare invited to attend course. not teaching however. McCoy said the team will em- around. Seven 'Victories were posted. against two submission to. I victory streak and a fall record 1 hima good flaw, hat tine He's of N
rmithly me ings. This same monday Captain ploy a fast breaking style Of offensive Endlcott and one \to West Palm Beach and a scoreless tie in Ok echobee ,1 of Seven decisions against three I my accldeiiti I And the peopleof i
Curt Whltlcar had hill Gulf and use the zone defense !. The opposition was outscored 1)4-71, out-first downed" defeats and a tie. The score aim Martin C. nly to lie *.me< Lie!
which he feels Is most easllj 110-88, outzalned on the ground 1,272-1,002 and outpassed M8-8S7. served square accounts with what different. 1\\'* when a I
adapted to combat enemy offenses -, Walter Refs topped the scorers for Stuart with 42 points followed I the :"who snatched a 12-T i iI 1 fellow Is down and eat that"b. II We'll give y ru wonfatigue'tires

1 by brother Fred with 25. Charles Hall scored 20 points; Warren I contest here, on Thanksgiving finds out w'he his friends really II I ,
I Girl and boy teams will play In 'Shlpes 14, Ransom Tilton 12, Paul Hardwick\ 8, Horace Arnold ,I and went on to three more wins are And while surprised the wind" that'll site 'er
FOR BALE Cocoa, but here the two game*, make It Impossible I
the team's before their downfall. Although number-uhlch
and Jim Tucker 8. The six players who handled passing ride like) brandv Erin;
will feature boy A and B teams Insured against Injury until Feb. for me U thank each
Th will be 15 minutes between performed thusly: I in your old rt id-bare
re favors and
; 15, the Stuart players voted two one for the many
700 feet from Oceanic River. All high, I games _. Name 0 PA PC Pet. PI tOP TDP : weeks ago to call It quits after helpful efforts--I .. U take tod jr. We'll r net; nla IIg

no marsh land. 31/, niles North 'T Jensen liard.Irk II 1s II 421 4 U Friday night and negotiationsfor this opportunity to say to the Jiff I
Stream out with Mr. and Mrs.
I more tuts were dropped. cltliem of Mania County:
139 54 48S 23 706 C Reaaona Pro
Shlpes I a roStuar
Bridge, at $12 /per foot. Abstract Richard Koehne of Lawrence, W. Rein U 31 9 J37 4 177 XRobertson Seven fumbles stalled" the Jets Thank for everything. It
Lon Island aboard. Five sails i into defeat as Stuart cashed! one makes one ftf".MfI to live In .
I Ir. RecaS
showing marketable ;itle. Sec "was" the result, with two small 11 1 e .9W 6 e e of its three opportunities to tally I a community where such spirit
on s kept to be mounted Mr*. !ShipM I j e .&oo o i e the night's only TD. Recoveringa fa Known.:' VICe

Korhno. while boating only one Stiller 1 I e .000 0 6 6 loose ball on the West Palm 1) -- _._----
nl the .sails, got a 10-pound dolphin early In the second quarter, the The Phillies will play a total of Chaaon'a rvlce SL ioaso
of these figures the team fell short of Its{
tIERCE ) and an eight pound king. However regardless Vets sent Warren Shlpe back: to 48 exhibition closes before they rto. wrnwax u sit
E. R. Real news. A mate aboard one 1949 marks when, It won 10, tied scorelessly once and allowed only I pass to Ransom Tilton who was I open the National League schedule I II Pow Sill atr.N n,
of the Stuart Sailfish Club'sfleet one touchdown. This year it allowed 11 To and the vaunted defense downed on the 4. Shirks then'' :next I
112 N/2nd Street was awarded a Release button fluctuated widely. Id three particular games It allowed only >I took a handoff and aided by a springs ---

.. .. James Farley' of the Gulf 32 yards total net on the ground, but In the two with Endlcott It j( key block by ""Pete" Robertson
Forti-erc Fla.
Stream Curt Whltlcar that day ; allowed 45 and 151 more In the air. On the other hand, no opposing -> I*scooted around left end for the
fishing two men from Mt Airy, line showed itself to be as rugged as Stuart'i. the over-all |t score standing up: Charley Hall's St. Lfucie Rest&urant
was fishing two men from Mt ,
attemp A! wide
and the team's winning placement was
Airy, N. C., H. M UnIts and 8 D. opposition was undoubtedly: improved rlitit, 1\ll\ /
to the )
J : Simpson. Three sail hit simultaneously reputation aroused !all-out effort wherever! it showed up. I II I rfOUSE OF GOOD OOD
That *\s the first of five opportunities -
Actually little excuse can be offered toe any of the four gamesthat j
so Farley grabbedone
Jim ,
the two teams crested (Under the) Manageme/t tof
1. Bi TILTON of the rods. All three' sails resulted badly from the Scoreboard angle. Opportunities pre I before the game ended Later

: were boated. tented themselves that simply were passed up besides key players: In the first half the Jets drove ANDY TIM S

Jensef Beach/ Florida Earl Rlcou our local fish con being sldJllnd by injuries The presence of first String linemen' 40 yards to the Stuart 15 only to
servation, officer, the other day John' Ausborn and Milton, "Runt" Griffin !in the stands in West : lose out on downs. At the SERE THE, BEST F FOOD

I -, "went the rounds! showing a photograph Palm Beach Friday night "as a good example when. their absence t t' of the third quarte*; start! A 'TrlAL WILL CONV/NCE YOU "
1 of a 41-pound sea trout, was admittedly handicapping Both "were off with leg ailments. gave Stuart the ball on the
world record he said, caught 24, but three by Shlpe I Mine's ,
passe Requ iU For Special Filled
''a Y i e e e I'
Fort Pierce. Naturally we
; fell Incomplete and Hall's field
( BUSINESS HEN'S LUNCHEON I Mr Rlcou. We saw the COURT: SHOTS: Martin County High School Coach Joe McCoy goal attempt fell short by see
I photograph. We were impreu- :' Into action night In Cocoa I
r sends his first Tiger team tomorrow eral yards.
ed It vas Earl Hall one of the with well-founded I hopes for a season comparable to last winter I Fireworks In the last period
fI I I' SOUP i directors of the Stuart Club, who when a winning record was complied and Stuart captured: ,the gave the rather dull game a riotous l lw

very kindly and 'very gently told Indian River Conference tourney The Tiger will open at home I' finish as the fans came to JenseA Motor Repair
CH CE >F SEVERAL MEATS I us about trick photography We ,
| with Eau Gallic'' Jan. 18 The Vets apparently ban decided life after hardly moving for more
now gather we were the only one I than A West Palm
qut's..1 threquartt'l't. ,
I I Bread and Butter 'in all of Stuart completely fooled -, against formation of a team principally because of financial tumble gave the ball to Stuart REPAlA ALL MAKE CARS
.: lat date. ,
: times and the on the Jet 30 and Walter Rein
Coffee Tea Hot Iced I I
or jkid
I- ---' -'- BODY FEEDER
t drove WORK
i I 21 yards In four tries to
head up and over so that at the reach the S, but twd more line AUrO POINTING

(Three Different Stances completion ot the cocking' of the I e plays lost S yards and Shlpes'j.foarihdawrjTJassWrFRoniein *

wrists the club head has reached'
\ 175X ; -. :
: :-
I vB\s too tong
the full distance of the back
May Be Employed in Golf swing. Starting then on their own I I UGHT
Let'* stop In this position andtake I th, Jets atoned back 82 yardsIn '
Jfc WE SERVE 1 note of the left arm It Is the game's, most sustained

W 1I I 1,1"i h'j,",lr' rice it"1",+ the body equally balanced on I not perfectly straight, as manyof I drive to make a last desperate ) '
Howard Johnson's Famous Ice Cream It Should be It ha effort to 'tie or win the rough :
Chin,/ tails/ I us think
"I"i rlr\ "if/ in gill'/ both feet The wrist action Is fracas. Ed Elssey paced the I r "
a slight curve it nothing
Open: 24 J Itturs A Day, 7 Days A Week '".' '< nl, l lnj-\Hil'f Hunt the mOAt vital action In the golf: tense about It march with his withering passerthat RESIftEffTIALLOTSWATERFlORT

> 'ii.i, :l ,." liilr,e'l pin" nitmulat tvlng Before we do anything I The knuckles of the fingers art Stuart was powerless to!I PRIVILEGES

1 On U. SJJJVo. 1 At indiantown Road thrtriii/ f uniilii' (.,4f east. :'I I In the way of making a swingwe I II I all looking up, The shaft of the knock down. Clssey threw Strikes
('nliHtn, Clllh ) must 'pake sure that our club Is parallel the ground and successfully for 12, 28 and IS $125to$200 A Lot

I I wrists are good and loose and [the toe of the club Is now point yards, ran 3 and then heaved for! You. Can Build Tames.
to Yourself. No
By ANDY HINTER: 28 more to the Stuart 11 as the City
I .
BRUcland yet have our grip firm, not tight I Ii lag to the round. Street
HARRY'STHPLACE Ther are thre e different I.i On leaving the ball to make' sands\ roared with pent-up ex- and Sidew in. Electricity Available
I our backswlng, we push and BARTLETT IN CREW citement. A center buck mad 1
Stances in.the game of golf: the I but another', lost 2, so Elssey
ot and
carry the club head away around |! David Bartlett, son Mr.
TO STOP square stance the open stance; our right side, the left hand be- 'I Mrs. V. C. Bartlett of Hobe ,twice, tried for the TD by air, .0 KUBIN
I and the closed stance .Today I. ing the master! here we must be Sound, rowed In the fifth position but both shots fell harmlesslyand
For will speake ol the sqvlir ,stance ; careful not to allow the club face I on Tale University's winning Stuart took over on Its 13. 'I
1 and leave the others till later. to open) When our hands have Junior vanity elght-oeared Forced to punt Stuart gave up -
Fin* Fo.. J and Super Service I' lets take a 3-foot square and reached about the height of our crew In the regatto witnessed the ball to West Palm on the ,
lay It on the ground Tee the) belt, the wrists start to cock, allowing I by 20,000 on Lake Worth Saturday home 45 with only seconds to
.1 ball up on the l left hand the hands) to lift the club I afternoon. play, and again Elssey aimed at
I then place the heels on corner'l a flock of receivers but his first INNER TtJ3rfOR THE BEACHTilton'sBelrvice

; tom line Spread the feet about I shot was wild and his second was I
lIS Inches apart putting the left intercepted. One play 1 later
TO OUR f RIEN )S IN MARTIN COUNTY heal 1 about 2 Inches on the otJt.I I brought curtains.
aide of the line rtpmtrrfr-Mm Mechanically the game was '
VISIT [the ball down to the line on ragged with only Elssey's passing
; : US IN' I which our heels: are resting Turn and Stuart' Bobby Barrel! lenseb
.y { the toes out slightlyOn Morning punts being outstanding Beach
addreslng the ball, be RUBBEFSv-TILE Harrell,home from his Ohio
t! OUR NEW HOME I earful not to lay the club'head school for Christmas vacation,
I too clone to the ball, but keep i It about IVj Inches-awax from It. I that drove the Jet back u much
for /floors
t+ (jprner Orange Avenue If you look down at the head of u i* 61 yard In one Instance. Els- I

time club, taking line from the .
; and Sixth Street a
f I left shoulder you will notice that I I -
,ji,1 the hands are just a little behind I Ii i TRY US-,
Fort1 Pierce the ball. ,Allow the hand to' SHEET/RUBBER I

I hang tn front of you; have both J WE MAY.HAVEfWHAT YOU NEED
knees relaxed' the /
11 right more so
I Ii' than the left, let the head hang to beautify your KitchA Casanets and Dratnbeards. t Phon

with our chin turned a little to Over 20 color from wh h to atject --and all (uaranir -

the right Having the head In teed, of course. Let *xpeV mechanics install a
f this position helps It much betterto lifetime floor of rub the in \our home. 3551
remain still while making thebackawln. '.

SI VER ALACE At the address.. the right shoulder '
\ Visit us In our Iw shdwrooiX at BOO South
should be slightly lower than
Dirni opposite f* park in Fo\ Pierce.GRIFFltfECKER PAINTS
S the left and have the weight of
{ 7, T. Oughterson. W. B. Mitch. PUSTEa
ell. Harris Lowery, Jr.. WilliamC. '
'I Hitter.Ills Marcia Morse and > :

i II. E. CENTER Mrs. James Reardon, Jr. will Inc. \ L'LtHobe ,
i compos a team of town tennisptayerg '
:. Owner who will meet a similar FLOOR COVERINGS. ,
team fl Delray I Beach Sunday ,

Phone Fort Pierce 51 1 afternoon In a return match. FORT PIERCE FLA. Sound Lumber & Supt ly' Coe Inc.
\ Stuart won a clean sweep in the ,
Initial meeting three weeks ago. I

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ICIAL' NEWS\ and Happenings of the, WEEK' IN STUART Home New MRS.Items Telephone office MARY for this before JJ-W HARTMAN.paper BOOB must en Wednesday reach Society Office the Editor newspaper ThoM SO,1

FL ERS Mr and Mrs. Roman J. Irwin Mr and Mrs Fred Joss I and Mrs. Hattte K Marvin of Erie' a{ the Sunrise Apt and hopes to( 1 1
_. of St Lucie Estates will have children are moving this week Fa. has arrived to spend her purchase a home here as a perms U k I
wets Dish Gardens l '':,' as their guests for a week Mn Into their new home, the Palm thlri).winter here She Is living anent residence ,; 'tr l .' !
e. Pottery City Store,which they purchased \
B. H. B a d all'. of Southport, _
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|ted Plant I Crystal Bowls Conn and Mr. and Mrs Jack this week from W. C. Deardon. : ;

edding Bon uets --t, ueral 1. Designs Cassidy of Bedford N. Y., who The, Deardon'have no deflnle "
i\ ; \
plans for the immediate future : t l'
We TlUgraphILSON 'liwers} are expected tomorrow With .
her late husband, Mrs. Badanes -- -0- I Gunderson Fish Co. 'jl".
PALM 1sJ ,: ha visited Stuart three previous Vr and Mrs Roy .1. Davis have '
GARDENS .. rw winter*_ returned to their home In Norfolk -I
Flower SIFlorittsi ',,' (Formerly Cunderson & Black Fish Co)
\, : after a holiday visit with
Ml. and Mr A. A. Gregg tii; Mrs. L. E. Ashley and send, Capt. and Mr* ,John Collins of .l'.l'PHONE

21 Hobo Sound, Florida \, : Jack guest.and Miss Jim Jean and Kimberly their house-of Atlanta Bewails Point.-4- I First Quality Fish -

.were New Tears Eve guest Mr. D'Arcy Brent 3rd of Detroit
of Mr and Mrs, Ed Comer In and Washington, D. C, Whlesale andff Retail
x Miami They attended the Orange rived this week to visit her aro'' I
COUTANTIMERCML.PHbTOGRAPHY P Bowl game Jack Jim and ent. Mr. and Mrs Frank 47-W j SALERNO, FLA. 1 ',
Miss Kimberly left Friday by car berry. at their home on the Indian '"-1
for Atlanta where Jim Is attend River at Bewails Point. : '
ing Georgia Tech. Jack will goon e .... !(piiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiifliiiiiiiii i/ I I I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiMiiiji"BEOKFER'S" I / i 1 1 r
Real EE ate PhdographyU 1 to Holla, Mo., to continue Dr. and Mrs B, H Baetermann
studies at the Missouri School of are spending their honeymoon In i. ;\\\
Mines. the Baeterman. bungalow In Jensen '
1 :: i [. -!
Developed -- -r Beach> -e- S 3; Mile Nfrth otRtaurt on U. S. 1 ;,(
Mr. and Mrs Paul Lord of the '
BAITS ANN AERIALTHOTOGRAPHYIrfldg St. Lucie Hotel have as their Mr. and Mrs Ted Chamber :: DELEIOUjS = "

guest for the season her mother, and children David and Ann /CUSTARDSLSO I II ,
| Box 26 Phone 324 Mrs M. C. Dutch of Calais. Me who have lived In the Worthington ;
Her slater, Miss Marie Dutch, Ecranton home on Jupiter s r ( f
--- -- --- Y who spent the holidays her has Island for the past nine month. "
returned to her home lit Rochester maved this weak to their Osce- Hot Dogs Hamburgers, Coffee
N. Y Other holiday guests. ola Ave home In Stuart. The
'E aid EENLEES 01 the ,Lords were their son Scranton are expected from = Watch For Our Sta HUust South Jensen Cut-Off: Road I I
Scranton. Pa., to spend a winter
John who
has returned to Yale
Edlneering, Surveying!Blus Prints itudent and their daughter -5- -

family. Dr. j.nd Mn James M. Mr. and Mn Coody Bennett 01,''I 'r: '
Eat ales Su milted Qi Request Lammle,Jr., and baby son. John. and two children expect to move I .
Dr. Lammle was just dischargedfrom the last of this week to Plant
the Navy Medical Corps City where he will farm He has I
4th SLl Stuart fla. Mrs II )J. Creene has announced the engagement of her daughter. and they. hare moved to their been manager of Coleman's I f ,

Minnie l..oul.tO. Walter Lee wenS inn of Mt and Mr, E D. new home In Walsenburg Col., Texaco station for the past five I ., ''d
PI ONE 31 Wells of Cull Tmtucex Both Mist. Gnrno and hei, iutnre are wvll where. he will begin private practice months.
known here been from Martin Comity SchoolIn I
having (poduulwl High Mr and Mrs J."Wilson Smith
which they were \popular and 'activi rrji'mljcrs m the athletic asKJtfutJon of Charlotte, N C arrived Mon- -
iiiiiniiiiiiibiiiiuiiiTEVflN/ iniimmmitHiiimiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiimiii. Mr. and Mrs D. Zlmnurman for '
the band and scholastic irganuuti olIl They, are now attending day night to 'Visit their son anddaughterln Ne It
f Florida State Unfvenit) at Tallahassee \where l Ix.th arc mafciruig of Chicago are guests j .law. Mr and MiR ..
at the St Lucie Hotel. He Is -
a 1\\
In education in their junior vr it, They pits tc cm.tii ue nil writer for fishing and hunting I James Smith of, Riverside Dr., .
kgo work after( their marriage" Tin- date of theWelt.hng has not magazines and Is combining I St Lucie EstatesMr .

been setVells wars. ducharged ,two years ago from the" Navy,; Air work and play while gatheringdata -
and Mrs. John U
Mennlnger KLEPfWELt I'' ,
Force after" three years service most of which wan in the Pacific for future feature articles I were guest -for several days ,
; ; & IPPLE theater where Ke nude a IMingulstird military. record. William A. Ackerman, fishing last week of his sister and husband '
--- editor of the Washington Star, I THERf IS NO JBSTITUTE' FOR HEALTH '
Mr and Mrs J C. Mc-

DESIG) pONSTRUCTION =_ Honors and luests Mr at*. Ackerman the St. Lucie were Hlotel holiday last I Crocklln, Jr.n.S.-C-. Petersburg i See YAr Doctor i(hen You Are 111 '
Party week end. Other See When A Filled
II )NE 768FltdESCAPES guests of former Mr. and Mn Maurice Flagg : Lf YouftVant Prescription
years who returned for brief f of the Atlantic Court are spend See L| For All You! Drug Needs. '
Mrs. Bailey holiday Visits Included H. K,, Ing a week In Miami visiting !If 1
BY 80 Henley, sports event managerfor friend OUR tESCRIPTIOIFICALLY ARE ACCURATELY AND
.Eastern Air Lines
Mr and
60S \ | FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA | Mr. Catherine 8. W Bailey Mrs Arthur Bowman of Hollywood Charles R. Oreenlees. Jr. left
DINNER who came down from Feeksklll ., Md.; H K Poole and son Saturday for Pittsburgh after R GISTERED DRUGGIST AT ALL TIMESHruner's I : iM
GUESTSi of -
Billy Hampton Square N J spending two week with his
iiiiiiiiiiijiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMmnniiBiiii r I N. Y..to spend five dayi last week and F M. Simmons of Charlotte, mother and brother, Joe Green- M
''iiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiUiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiuiiiiiTiljiiriT, with her son and daughter-In- 8. C .
iiiiiiii Eighty tourists and their ices and wife at their Tropical )
guests attended a casserole dinner j Uw. Mr. Inti Mrs Bill Bailey at -e-- Farms home :,
and social meeting at the I the Franc Apt., was honored Gordon Butcher senior student -0-- \Pharmacy
ERE THANKS Civic Center Monday night with j I Sunday afternoon at a cocktail In landscape: architecture at Mr. and Mrs John V. Mennin-
representatives from 13 States the University' of Georgia. has ger returned Tuesday from St. Open All Day' Wednesday
party A resident of Venice Fla
returned to Athens after
spend- where visited
and Canada. New York State Petersburg they
won the attendance prize I I she I \cow on tM staff of St. ing the holidays with his. mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McCrocklin Lyric tester Bldg Stuart, Fla. I Ig

'legeaf serving yli whose'food will and patroni The president. the Rev;J. B. Maryl Srttool of Peekskllt She Mrs. Velma Butcher Jr, ._ __ .:.
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Buckey conducted a brief business left Tuesday for New York.
made t>f 'last postiblii .
7en progress ,
meeting and a short program ,The Baileys guests Included
followed the dinner Miss :
Senator and Mrs Evans -1
troeag brought tlwarm satisfaction oj know Betty Lou Matheson and Kenneth Crary 't
Stlmmell sang solos, ac- Col. Alvin C. Voris Mr. anil Mrs.
we awe gtvc aithfl ervice. It has broiLlit us, com panled by Mrs. Edna Content Sam Austin Dr and Mrs Tal-

Itx pleasure < V> maiLliew friends) therefore we at th piano Oroup'singing madge Wilson and her mother, STATEMENT OF CONDITION l :
was.led by SUrrunell with ,
Mrs Frances K. Mason, Mr. and
through such (Pirat|>rfto live the Finest rvice NiSI Syrena B. Totten at the I I I
Mrs. David B. Irons. It, and his.
It Its, prod piano.next will be Jan I I mother Mrs. Irons Judge A. O.
,The meeting I I
The' Kanner Mrs Ruby Brown, Mrs CITIZENS BANK OF ySlTUART
) at the Civic Center
II'pUblic! Invited P M ColvUle; Mr, and Mrs.A if : ,
Van Tassel and daughter Mrs.

1 z1c i A Joint meeting of the Catholic -

TALE TIED ENORAVINO I Altar Society CYO and St.Josephs Presbyterian Women Association "
I Men Club was held j wits entertained Tues
Monday night at.the West 4th I day afternoon at the home Of 1
St. home of the pastor, the Rev Mrs M. R. Trimmer St Lucle' At Close of Uusiius I/ 31, 1917
T J. Oeary Crescent with Mrs. Elisabeth
1 Further plan for the minstrel, I Kara as hostess
directed by Larry Slmond, to be Mrs E, C. Young gave the devotional .
presented at 8 pm. Jan 29-30 I Mrs F. R Horton, In
IWEDr a C|S ME\JEWELRY at the high school auditorium charge of the program, used the "
/ tut rt'Fla, were made, A program of event theme Faith at Work Mrs. ASS S t j
Al-cat for the coming year: was mad i Homer Vivian read an article 4 I

nllum 111111 nunpll uunnunnuul \to avoid conflicting.,---date---'"' i Faith Others by present Sharing were" Mrs Joseph Cash on Hand and Due from Ban $ 91)3,923.01) .

I O Freeman Mrs. V. K. United States Bonds ;; ._" 1,065,965.77

Smith Mrs Howard B. Lee Mn and Bonds
County Municipal 494,527,77
A. a Clagett' Mrs Ivan Taylor,
e Ready and Mrs George Porter, Mrs. B A. Other Bonds - '" .. 50.00

Orville Marsh Amsden.Mrs Helen Mrs.Morris Willis Pag-Mrs.: Federal Reserve Bank Stock - 3,900.00 $2,548,366.55Banking :

et, Mrs Russell Satterth Mrs A. House .. 23,81896

ep 'ed Ito Helpipu. T.Mrs Hogarth.Joseph Mrs Stench Blanch Mn Lowrey Lilly, Furniture and Fixtures 1,866.50

.. . i
Wily and Mrs. H. 8, Lyons. Loan and Discounts ". 591,31425

'l I CHOIR GUILD REPORTS ;.. 'I'3,165,366.26t -,
The Presbyterian Choir Guild
S ie New YearRight was entertained at the January LIAR ITIES <

meeting Monday night by Mr .
13, &QUlpplfig Ypur I ripme I and Mrs. train: Johnwlck at /, ,I I
their new home at Oceola Are .. .; = 't""
ith Capital Stfck ,- - $ 50,000.00
\ I '
and Hospital 8t. Mrs Herbert \
Surplus .. ,I" 100,000.00
: Dugan president, conducted a '' .
VEN \\\BLINDS I Met business session at whichIt Undivided Profi r - ';,:; 5901.27
I was reported that the ChrUtmai -
}musical, netted 1109 (for the Deposits : 3,009,464.99
organ fund
It was voted to hold a rum- $$3,165,366
Custo ;u' o F Y > Window I DIMS salt in the 1'01Office Arcade -
I Jan. 19-17 The president
For Pie wireceive donations at her
22 cci I
dress shop In the arcadtMrs. :
i I ohn wICk was assisted by -
her mother, Mrs Nell Vivian, In I CITIZENS BANK OF STUART .
Let Onrs Of apresenlstives sur. Your Window serving at a social hour after the it4 4
nruratlng Others present were ;
Mr* Ted Huff and her mother ,
Member rThe Federal Reserve Insurance
: SyitenL and rrdera Praoslt PprD rallcQ r :
Mr* William Andrews, of Lake ..
MA FACTURING CO.Orang. Wcrlh, Mrs. U o. ; ; \ ;
W, &Armor, Mr'*' \ *' ( ... .
3i, Ma of Av. On U. SI,, hoff JJ IJtw't >>i I'v\ / \\l\lffJ'f ,.. Th 13alskbt.Z'_. 1W.J M .
mple Parking { '"
hvr .!"Walrs. I ).l I"

Flor-'d aDd MrLII Attstowntdg
t Pierce, Ksy

,to spend ,

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( ._?_,_) PACE rorn '" """"- SmART KTVTS STtAHt' MARTIN. COrNTT.. : FLORIDA. fHTRfpAT\ MOTA' *.* I, 1916

r' SECURED It was announced by A. P, Kruegtr -' Indian River Drive being'I transferred from Fort! END OP BLACK BASS
Spree WITHAM FIELD Monday. Townsend, Wash. to Cuba. For CLOSED SEASON URGED
., the holiday season Mrs. Liebler[ I ANNQU MINT
The craft arrived Friday and By VIV.RO.'I' Rl Member
::1 had her ions Capt. George Liebler Tallahassee ( -
A dual glider with 54-ft wing was tested by Krueger who WILl
WinrJ a physician In the Medical State Game and FreshWater
of the
pan lau been procured\ by the I that towed level up 3,500 for 20 ft.minutes and oared under al': Don I Romanello Re-Elected Corps at Castle Point Veterans I Fish Commission Monday
Palm) Beach Aero at and Robert sophomore -
Corporation Hospital a
the clouds before landing, The''I I i I discussed a proposal to eliminate
aid Witham Field. < to eapsnd' !lying student In the school of
By motorless plane, which Is
supported 'the statewide closed season on
facilitieS at the field and Head of Drive Association I tommerce at Mew York UniversIty -
Last Sui t ta 'pos' by upcurrents' 18 open to" black bass. However, final ac
Slbly to be used In a 01 course public Inspection, Krueger Mid,
banner t --__ _, H __ .-- tion of the proposal. made by Buildia;, dale and fix a haws teas pu!
'. Tyner of 1 Don J. Rorrtanelto of Eldred I and Mrs. J. J. Barnes; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs, Gus DeMaess- Commissioner ... Q. Bruce of
fur the a was re-elected president of the Mrs. R. Beach, Mr. and Mrs.. chlk and daughter Florence, of Barlow, wag delayed unttt! Jan. FRE ,iQSS
Filombauglrtern[ Indian River,Drive Association George Casper, Mr. and Mrs. Walton were among the party 28 when a special meeting will
I Center. j Schlesslnger and Mr. and guests at the White City Community be held here.
BARGAIN at a meeting Community Joseph : lee of 1
trnl commissioners And W. C eae4n, ,/ opertosf
Fort Pierce, Saturday afternoon -' Mrs. Edason. Club New Years. Bruce and other -
J Street t a. I Louts Bell Edason of Frfen Harry Pulver, from Bogato, N. commented 'that Florida'! extends Isis dwil) to a0W owner.Mr. .
'v augbt hie1ng I war named' vice-president and J., taking mechanical engineerIng Mr. and Mn Byard Wharton lakes and streams are abounding
: 'I tNt Mrs. Lyle! 'T.: Hubbard of Ankona at Alabama University, has and Mrs. Wharton', daughter, In bass and other game run and Dearde extend) ih ks to his Customer eoporatioa
thl'l"bY'IIII'J.JlIib 375 feet 600
/{ on Federal Highway and I secretary-treasurer' taking the terminated a holiday visit to the Miss Frances Poole, from St. then is no longer a need for the pidronag urlag Ilia stay In PaIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
/ butt, place of Miss Florence Teal who, Andrew Johnson family la Walton Davids fa., who have been the cubed season during the monthOf a
area 91 tIh8l'1I \ feet Road / has served In this capacity for Mr. and Mrs Johnson's guests of:Mr.and Mrs.Lane Jennings March.. _
boat aining'12| --- ---
.onpritt co z acres. many years. daughter, Miss Thelma, who has for three weeks left last -
( flat 0 J. 8. Askln, T. M. Deal, Max ben vacationing here also, returned Saturday for home. Other visItors Fort Werce, to meet their house
The caught battle on .Land is high and splerjuid location Good Shalnfeld.Mrs. Dale Jackson and I to Jacksonville! ) 8unday, in the Jennings home have guests, Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Lennox IIIIIIIIII gI IIIIIIIIII11iIl11IhiIII11111RII11..
o, Pr Carl M R. V. Ankeny were recommended : evening to resume her work as I been Mrs. Jennings' cousin, Mrs. Jr..Of Woodlynne! N. 3, The Yours ;O
for >appointment to Governor a, teacher In Riverside School. H. S. Blckett her son and Baxter ,family were former residents
elevati( For quit /ale a $2,800,00. Caldwell for placement on the daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. of Woodlynne and the ." Run iiniE
board of adjustment for the ENSEYS CELEBRATE 3tND M.M. Blckett and their sons,Jim Lennox's old friends ,who are >
Carpeae newly.formed Indian River Drive ,WEDDING ANNIVERSARYIn : Bill and Jack", from Kansas City having a holiday visit with, them y 1 ?
e .I toning dlstytct.tlononng celebration l of her brother, and Indlanola, La. Bickett is a Other recent guests In the Baxter
in-law and sister's 32nd wedding graduate of Kansas University home were Mr. and Mrs WU- -O .. I'
Okella! '' *\ the rl house guest, anniversary New Years Day, Mrs.. and they attended the Orange lIam Deckman of Westmont, N. 'd 1l A.p...... -...... ., ..,.qMA
Agent Stlfc'"eeti Mrs. G. M. Dates from Genera' Barbara Person of Eden gave a Bowl game taking Harry Jennings ,1.. who left last Friday. for a = a"'i:: 1w.H..J..l: as.. 0
l let A.., EDhVAHD MAPP: .Ohio Mrs. Laura Howard and! tea with members of the Drive as their guest Harry, a Miami visit,, 7 r p tsays.5h..al' .. .. f
night Wo, ( bliss Georgia Turner! were popular colony dropping in to congratulate student at Florida University, f 'f .
mile north ealtor I hostesses New Years Eve. the honored couple.Among returned to Gainesville-- Sunday. ,)ir..B. L.Cullora of Mammond .1 .Mq..Iotl 1 1's lal
1)11 Old Dix 1 the list of callsri that sampled La.arrived In Eldred Saturday
the anniversary cake were, Mrs. WALTON-EDEN evening to be the guest of herbrotherlnlaw
carPtntAMeric From Edenlawn came Mr. and CO let Jewelry SerwiceSTU
I P. Arcade P. O. Box 39e Dr.
I Mrs. Victor Conklin and Mrs. Laura Howard. Miss Georgia CLCB MEETING: and sister,
asIend Conklin's' mother Mrs. Nina R. Turner, Mrs. G, M. Gates Mr. The regular'( business meeting and Mrs. J, A. Oatllrf,until February z
m tll !I Gilbert,, Carl P. Paul;y, Gordon and Mrs, E. Michelson, Mrs.:Viva of the Walton-Eden Property ,
---... Pauley,, A. D. Merwln", Mrs Florence C. Roat, Miss Katherine Ensey iolders Club will convent at 8 EWEL SHCOughferson
... t Cave Arthur Phillips and Miss Thelma Johnson Mn and tomorrow night in the Communty Mr. and Mrs. A. f. Hennlnger
Miss Annette Cave; 'From Vero Mrs. Duke Flnney, Mr. and Mrs. Center. T sere will be election and two daughter, 'Jean and,
Beach were Mrs. Faye Blllington Gordon O. McCabe Miss Idoma of fleers. Jnda, from' Chicago will motor Id Stuart.
l I and daughter, Miss Idoma. Mon Monroe Donal Ensey, Fred Mat. -- down and open their home in Iiunllliili51d51nuD { 1111111 11I"11I11I11I111111111I11I111I11I1111111111'
I roe. Jansen Beach was represented lox Pete Miller and Mr. and.Mrs Making up a party for New'ears Eden Feb. 1. Wenninger is president -
by Mr. and Mrs Herbert Durand Fulton. Eve and celebrating at the J I -of Anglo Corporation
700 fenoma Gas.Mr.and Mrs.Louis Gamble I, Mrs. Person was assisted in eXtending Blue Goose were )fr. and Mrs. manufacturers: of traffle and
Mrs. Marjory Buffum and Mr., hospitality by Mrs..Fulton -:Louis Bell Edason, Mr. and Mrs.J. railroad signal lights and ell'ctronle E
s'i:1' and Mrs James Mlchaelson and' and Mr. and Mrs. Ensey's ', ,J, Barnes and )ir, and Mr. I equipment He Is an amateur SPAn HEATER
son James i I daughter. Miss Katherine. Joseph!..Schlesslnger! of Eden; Mr. t photographer, and when hf
sen Bshowin Eden B 11 I e 5 t a were Gordon ana Mrs, R. Beach of Chicago I files his owivjplane!' down he devotes
Brewer George Weirs, Mr. and Mrs. J E. Sniper of Syracuse,I and Ocean Breeze Camp and Mr. many hours to taking CUSTO IR
Mrs. E Michelson, Mrs Barbara N. Y, former winter resident l of and Mn. George Casper, of U. 3. aerial scenes around this section STATE HEATRIL'
Ferson., Mr.and Mrs. Henry Rose Walton has occupied with her 1, Mr. and Mrs. Casper were the OE--- -0oOO-::: '
Pete M Miller! Mr. and Mrs. Duke son and daughter-in-law; Mr. former owners of the Blue Goose. C CULATINGB
f : Flnney and Mr and Mrs. Gordon and Mrs. Charles Sniper one of
McCabe the Hendry! cottages In Jensen Christmas decoration were Note oft 'f4anks { S LOG HEATERS
Walton guests were Mr. and I Beach Mrs. Sniper had on New prevalent in the house and on B G 3 SPACE HEATERS
Mrs. E. R. En.?y, Mr. and Mrs, Years midnight a lentel upper,I the dining room table when Mr.
Lane 'J nnJngs, Mn. Viva C an occasion she has celebrated and Mrs. E R. Ensey of Walton \ Is Impossible for Mr. Be Prepared for that Cool Day. We Have A
,A iP Boat Mrs. Edgar K. Martin,Mlu I for the past 58 years. This supper invited Mrs. Edgar K. Martin :Snyder and I to write all our Items In Stoic For '
IAAf g Katherine Ensey, Dave Martin) she states, 'represent the her ion, Dave Martin, of Plqua, ,frient' in Stuart thanking
.'" /---iF and Donal Ensey and Fred Mat- I Lord's Supper and If partaken Ohio, and Walton, and Mrs. VivaC. I them for' our, wonderful 1{[IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
.y I tax: of Jecksonvllle.RO.MANELLOS at the change of year will bring .Roat for I pat dinner. Othersat I:'hristroa We do thank you
I peace to the soul and prosperity. the table were their house M and )fray fog the choicest a EXPERT RADIO REPAIR
; HOSTS! Those attending the supper Mrs. '
; guests and
Faye Blllington
YOtfc OME, GARAGE OR OTHER NEW TEARS' EVE; which took place In the Hendry daughter, Miss Idoma Monroe of I gifts of the'yeaf 1948 to you .IP p| ELECTRICAL WE HAVE IT
BUILDING! $:'ED REPAIR OR REMODELING Treasure Orove, the estate ol dining room were Mr. and Mrs. Vero Beach, Fred Mattox of Jack. I all
Mr. and Mrs Don J. Eomanella Lane Jennings of Walton;, Mr. .$onvUl, MUs Katherine Ensey bless all
SEE"BILU" at Eldred, was festive In holiday) and Mrs. Tom Hillier, Mr. and and Donal Eney. God 1'U UTTO
'f'dress for a New Year entertainment I Mrs. Harper Quinn Mr. and Mrs. -
: H. L, i.1.L Snyder,
: : Dinner, music and games A. A. Hendry,Jr, and sons Alvin Making merry with a party of an [ >
: '; ,I BALDWINWE ,I acre featured. Favors were paper and Johnny Jensen Beach. friends at Legion Hall for the 'tnart, Fla. RAL Q and APPLIA)
II hats and balloons. Those bidden dance New. Years Eve were Mr. ,
I, and Mrs."Dale Jackson j of Charles inc. 21, 19 202 sec Irv f
I were Mr. Mia }da Phelps, manager fen"' e'K':::
WE ARE F TO HANbLE THE JOB Mr. and Mrs. James S. Askln the!! Conneaut Creamery Company -! Korpl and George
Mr. and Mrs. Max Shalnfeld,, and Mrs Geraldine Arnold' who earns down from Eglln Field 0 ao 0 ----
'\I X .., j I Miss Betty Lou Jackson and El- I teacher at Otterbein College I to spend the holidays with his
WE MJARANTEE OUR WORK don Addison of Eldred and Mr Westervllle, Dhlo, were visitors I parents, Mr.and Mrs.:H. A.Korpi
{ :and Mrs. AlVin Siegfried of Long of Mrs. Laura Howard and Miss in Walton. Mrs. Moehle .U an \
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'' ( I Island. Mr and Mrs Romanello Georgia[ Turner at their homeIn ardent worker in the Legion
I :;,. } were assisted in decorating' by Eden last Tuesday. They were Auxiliary in charge of the game O/TIC/ E
I .\ !Miss Jackson and Mr Addison en route to Caradaga to visit parties
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I II I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harper ----;, MRS. F, W, WILLES
I ,, of Hartford, Mich., have taken Motoring from her home in DIES IN WEST PAUl
the Cave at Edenlawn for a Sandersville. Qa.. Mrs. Sam Lang Mrs. Elizabeth Grace Dunn TO OUR US OM7S!

II E. A. rfflLL" BALDWINP. I three-month sojpurn. silent a number of pre-holldays 'I Willed 89. former resident at the I
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Intersection: of Bewails Point
I II' OMCLINS GIVE DINNER E. H. LeTourneau. Road and AlA and widow of We have now.added tl olr staff ofe of Vetter .
BEFORE DEPAKTVREHot Frederick' W. Wills, died unexpectedly
; only celebrating New Mrs. Orace McPherson and Mr. Des 28 at her home in men inlhefSign Bus ess
J Years day but as a farewell to and Mrs. Michael, Taxacher of I West Palm Beach where she has R
friends before their departure Pittsburgh, who' are guests* of lived for the last few years. She \
., last Monday to Clalrmont, Calif., Mrs. Fred Dunphy at Eldred, 'was a resident Florida for 50 NEON/Scotdhli'/ r
I where they! will remain the rest spent the!! holidays In Miami years and with her husband was
of the winter season, Mr. and where they attended the Orange one of the early setters in this
I Mrs.:Victor Conklin I of Sauk Center Bowl game and Aqua Follies. section
Minn., and Edenlawn, gave She Ui. survived by five daughters -
?<** ATE lION ;a handsomely appointed dinnerIn Fletcher Russel) of Ankona Mrs, P. K. Stevenson, Mrs Trucks Lettered, / Bif boards n old// Work

( Fort Pierce. Twenty guests was a New Years dinner guest 0, C. Cope the Misses Myrtle
I responded to the Invitation, Mr. of his neighbors, Mr. and Mn. and Ahgellne Wllle ,of Palm
'-:- and Mrs. R. J. Burrows and Mrs. Lyle 8. Hubbard. Beach and Miss Mildred Wllles S
L., I N. R. Gilbert: : Dowaglac, Mich.; ---'-- of Clearwater and four sons, ;R. BOXWELM SIG HOP
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harper Happy New, Year was voiced Lee and :Frederick H. of Miami AtSt
IslERMAN I Hartford, Mich.; Mrs. Florence and echoed by the 22 guests and Herbert C of Delray Beach and. PHONES 337-J.3H STUART\ ,
Cave Miss Annette' Cave, St. their hosts, Mr, and Mrs. Raym- Errol 8. (If Fort J Fierce :
Louis; Dr. Abt .t Morton, Miss, ond C. Phelps, of Eldred when Funeral services were held In
e Mary Ames, Stuart; Mrs. Laura I they entertained on New Yein All 8I1nu'Episcopal Church 'In N
Howard Miss Georgia Turner, Eve. Waveland Dec, 30 with the He,. I
I Oordon Brewer, George Weln,, J. Mitchell Taylor! of Miami of-
I Eden; Arthur Phillips A. D. Mer An outstanding social function delating.Pallbearer.
iI win, Edenlawn; and Cordon and was the eat home" New were John Taylor, TOYS'S
Junior Ptuley i Sauk Center, Yean Day when Mrs. Frances Angus Sumner, Edward Hosford 1
I THOSE SO\JIDMALE\ I'Minn. M. Liebler and Mrs. C. C. Burt Hugh, Willoughby Judge A. a BI,,
entertained. in the Liebler home.. Kanner and W.H. ,Lennard.
1 TilE EDASONS HAVE Christmas decorations 'combined P,
1l I NEW YEARS BREAKFAST with pink l l and white gladioli A congenial gatherbsg'In the Travelin/th on't Forget T j .
At 10 New Yean morning Mr. made an effective setting for Baxter home took place New Cos
l t I and Mrs. Louts Bell JSdason!; were welcoming guests. Punch was Years Day when Mrs. Sarah Bax- rr es Dro| In For tor
I hOlll.l 'at a breakfast at their served from a silver bowl that ter, Mrs. Mary B. Carne and a 1'1:
I CALCUTT POLES ARE K THE BLUES home, Maribel Plantation In Ed was presented to the late Colonel James Baxter invited Mrs & DRI1SSADWICH*

1 1I AND MAC EREL ARE RUINING SO GET i en. Yule-time decorations were Burt in 1809 when he had the W. Whan, Mrs. M. J. Thomas refdwi
i used and cards placed for Mr. rank of lit lieutenant and was I and.her IOn Dr. N. Thomas of r ;

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lawn, which his Just been completed -- West Palm Beach Friday I DunnpJIon Mrs Klrkerson, with drove the Wallace back-to- Palm- ., R' .

Ua For Salerno Association to Seek will! be occupied this win Mr and Mrs V V. Worthamand daughter, MlldrFd, and hef II City and spent a few day*; with i'I', ; I I

Repairs and ter by her mother, Mrs.H. R.Ollbert Mr and Mrs. R.F Wortham, mother Mn tula McClendon,them_after ChrlntnuufCENTRALMARKET.____ \
Better Recreation FacilitiesOwing and Mr, and Mrl R 1: Walter Rein. Jr. and "Pete"Robinson ,
I J Parts Burrows of Dowaglac. Mich. went on a hunting and
J : Their friends, Mr and Mrs. Rob 1\ hlnl trip Saturday night and
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ert' Harper of Hartford Mich, camped out along<< the loop road. ; :H, '!
to the
New.Years partyplanned 1 Palm City' News art occupying the : BAUERHon.
Dec. 30 the Salerno ,
door to them.J. Club !met Tuesday with :
Civic abbreviated its I Earl Mark l received word the county agent' : Miss Lucille I
J P cone 142-YV meeting; held the same night as that his youngest brother*'Edgar Inscoe. at the home of Mrs Clarence ., [
much aa possible President Con I ANNUAL CHURCH Markel of CI-arfleld. Pa.. died Feinauer, with It members PRODUC and GROCERIES ? I I'i
rad did talk on the dire necessityof I Dee 21 and was burled Dec. 26 present. The meeting was on I :
He left three brothers and a sister canning. equipment and .
recreational, facilities for the j I iardeaIng / J
young people of Salerno and said SUPPER CALlED HU parents have both passed COURTEOUS SER "
JD EATING IT LOW COST, GET THESE one of the chief alms of the association I on. Ills father Dr Markel Mrs. Richard R Wallace and o C ENIENTLY LOCATED 'I \ .
INDIN& VAUUES IN FAMOUS QUALITY during 1948 ,would be known her in the 1920s, died Bill spent the Christmas holiday ,
to give 4he townsfolk wholesoeneirecrestlollal :TOMORROW 6:30 about a year ago Earl was Un. with her brothers finally rand 2nd and Akron Joe Brook :
: able to attend the funerals at Mrs Ellis M. .
I opportunities This .. Nlckerson at
BEANS Mo BEANS his former '- --- _. 'I
; home and has not --
ambition will include plans for ---- -- --- ---
raising building funds to erect By MRS,ANNA B. DAY been North since his first coming '\, : f fAnthony's
$ a community house to. Florida many years ago ,ii
Coo BEANS The work corn': lttea announced The Palm City Church: annual Calvin Markel who has been
ader that after the holiday season cupper followed by a business very ill for lOIn time In a Miami S eciala for frio ; i'
respite. work would be resumed meeting and election of officers hospital has been .returned specials ,
| them and they're next Saturday afternoon All *lfl. bf held tomorrow eveningt home ysat., Jan. 9.. 10 .i
r.e. Boitofi Style, L-It.. interested< meet at. the Post Office 6:30 All members: and friendsor Mr and Mrs William C. De- j
or wlthf ork dEuce. c at 1:30.: If it .is possible to the church are cordially Invited Long who are both' shutlns are Complete Line of Birds Eye F ozen Food : : I
All tasty, tans v jet the materials delivered on Improving slowly Their many .. .
time, the barbecue pit will be Knowlton Sterns of Red Wing, friends here wish them a speedy 'I'
and thr Ay.YOUM (
O built in the park. Minn after a two-week visit recovery Mrs. DeLong expects IARKET ::1 f l:
A glee club Is beIng formed here at the home of his parents her niece Katherine Cawley
x from North"Carolina. Great Value I flo, 2V, 2 Center tut I ;
Marvel Sour and it U expected much enjoyment left Friday tat Minnesota While to visit tan lb.
1-lb. 4-os.loaf will 1 ensue at parties' and here he enjoyed several short them soon and to be with them PEACHE :
D? for some time Sic PI CHOPS 69c
special occasions tripe seeing the surrounding
Rye .... 18c Mr. and Mrs Clarence Harrod ,
Senator Evans Crary Installednew country. On Christmas he accompanied
officers last night the Rev. and Mrs. formerly! of Palm City now of Pride of OzarV In Syrup
Jane Parker "k,. The New Years party was,'a Sterna to Boyd Lodge Avon Park Zellwood Fla, spent New Years SWEET I 2 No, 2\t can Dressed and Drawn I t
If IfI
Breakfast, Rolls .,,28c huge success\ under Mr.Saunder- and enjoyed the music at Bok Day visiting with friends here HI 69 ) '
ton* guidance Many garnet. Tower, Lake Wales Christmas They are now enjoying a two- POTATO31c "ii. II'II'j
Jane Parker tome with prize. were enjoyed. Day week vacation *
, Date Nut Cake .,35c They were alternated with music Mrs Lena Parker sister of Mr. and Mrs. pavld Waldronof RicMrnd, Crean T Style e u;; >r Brisket Lb. j
and singing. Mrs. Mortenson. Mrs Charles Krumm arrived Okeechobee spent a few days 2 ,
_._-- Mrs. Decker and Mr*., Jlerrpd Sunday from Cleveland and expects Mr.here last week at the home of CORN 2 2t. 25c EWBEEF 3Sc I l''
and Mrs. Charles Evans. I
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served at a daintily prepared refreshment to spend a month, or more
.. .
.. ..,.....- -- --- Mr. and Mrs Paul DeVlllblsa
table at the Krumm home: A 1 Brands CANNED
ender CUBE
After refreshments dancing Mr!* Lucy Van Frank of Chicago were In West Palm Beach for the Juicy
GARDEN FRESHPRODUCE was enjoyed. arrived last week to spend celebration last week of hergrandson's MILK 2 27c 73c 'ij{
Attention Salerno and Vicinity a few weeks with her friend,Miss 1st birthday, Brian e.na ISTEAKSANTHONY'S lb. ij.j'
Anderson son of Cornell Anderson .j''
residents! We are cettln'conUnued Viola Kreider .
correspondence from out- Mr. and Mrs Victor Conklin Mr. ndMrs, W R, Wright,
of-State people asking advice of Edenlswn. frequent Visitors his other grandparents, were also ECQNOMY MARKET

Foow Green Topped about living quarters. It la necessary here, left Tuesday by motor for had thers aU.An enjoyable time was 300 SO, AKRON AVl. ff STUART FLA. :
Carrots 2 bu. 15c to make a list immediately California where they will visit by ?
yet Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Billlngsley YOUR FRIENDLY it MI-SELF S $ViCE GROCERY AND MARKET
of available until with friends and
rooms apartments spring
14-on. kg.Sc. I now at their home here expectto PH<\NE 143 FOR FREE DELIVERY ,
cabins or motor courts to tend to relatives. Their home at Eden-
: move to Sanford a*soon as a s
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D'Anjous- I these correspondent The association -I house there can be located. Bill- 1:1"
solicits your cooperation from U S. 1. are alive with bass tngsley la being transferred from -T-iI--La..r--------
r Pears, 2 lbs 29c in this matter Kindly send to and bream. --
Vero Beach to Sanford by the i
kg. 2c3on. the corresponding secretary any To bring ihls varied type of Mather Furniture Company.Mr. .
Information you may have stating fishing to our visitors Is the .and Mrs V Van Ness Mrs. !HI HISwiftning f
|kg.'l Juicy Sweet b-Ib..bag accommodations and prices prime business of the Stuart Plnijuet and.Mm Paul DeVlllblB SWIFT'S RAND LARD
c Oranges.29c Just.. at soon as. .possible. -. Sailfish Club. The funds raised accompanied the Van Ness
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will be spent on sallflsh buttons Christmas week guests to Weal t \
Mb. g. -- -r -- MORE ABOUTSAILFISK -more than 1000, were awarded Palm Beach: Saturday where e ; lb can a $1.35 d+. ;
3c U. S No. White last year-on our three main they boarded a plane for Detroit. :
CLUB tournament trophies bronze They were Tony Plnquet and
POTATOES sailfish statuette)-and on our Mr and Mrs. Simons and children '
publicity program Tony. Judy and Slclppy
p 101b$, *. ..45c The new entries In the fishing After seeing them off, the others .
afomam (ConiimifJ( from page: One! ) contest 'were: spent the day in West Palm TEA : C NtrERI2
NeW of our activities Is being, A :38-pound cobia caught by Beach shopping 2. 29c
t lone Cut Green' sept to out--ed-town.newspaper I L. M. Ornsteln of New York City Mrs. Robert Brown formerlyof pkL
1 c C 2 ,N6. 2 can and for year the.leading fishing I, aboard the Gulf Stream Capt. Palm City who recently suffered \ YNDEN BRAND ECe; NOOOL And OVER SEA DICED ,0., ..
Beam ............25c editor and'. port* writer have Curt Whitlcar.Ornsteln has also a stroke Is slowly improving ,
ale -- --- stained Stuart and fished. from I boated his share of sails and .Her two brothers from Michigan CHICKEN ;:;1 CARROTS 2 :0 .2 19c
No.2 i 11'1 A A P Whole Kernel here won the club* release button are now at the Brown horn.
9c Com No. 2 "As a result, Stuart has be. I' A 7'.-pound fresh water bass Her many friends wish her a.
come In the minds of thousandsof !caught by John }t. Dewing vice- speedy recovery. '_
LIC1OUS -- people throughout the United president Of Wlcander and Company Mr. and Mrt Fred Walton Mr. nRIP OR REGULARBOSCUL \
c.39c State. almost synonomou with I Inc, New York City and Mrs. Gene Thompson. Mr,
OCKT L satlfishlng Just a*'visitors to !caught on a Dalton Special Onlya and Mrs. Paul Thompson, Mr. fFEE- lb. 531RA'rH
Florida often think of Miami Interns few days previously. Dewing and Mrs. E. L. Hlgbee Mill M
-- of bathing beauties and I had landed a'I1, pounder. White, "Skippy" Dugan Mr and
FACE CONDENJ D Hialeah Park; of the* Keys in I A S/4-pound bream, caughton Mrs.V.V Wortham,Mr. and Mrs.E. I
term of Key lime pie and Key a plug by' David' Donald- M. Wortham Mr and Mrs R BLACKIIA tUNC EON OVER SEA GRAPEFRUIT
ATO SOUP leans" lOc West,to do they think of Stuart ,lIOn of Stuart. F. Wortham and A. H. Bursont)
In terms of fishing, and Justly '4 7-pound mangrove snapper attended the West Palm Beach MEAT 6t JUICE. 2 :.o 19c
to 'caught by John B. Vaughan of Stuart Vets football came at can ;
!We have a'fine fleet of char-' Hobe Sound on cut shrimp at the
CHOffl: A A P ter boat 'captains They know St Lucia Inlet. V.S TOMATO CATSUP !E s
the water and have able boats. : These new entries prove that
RiTE |\ TRIMMED RIGHT The competition between them satlflshlng Is not the only kind oV44'THE ((5c redeemable '
U keen. They will do their best of fishing Stuart offers and that 14 bote 26" Less 21oz. ?
SUPERB! MEATS to satisfy their parties :the light tackle, small-game,fish ; eoulon)
"But, despite our reputation enthusiasts art right at It. For MOStMPLETE
sallftshlng I Is not the only form of Instance Newman Cheek, on the
'Fresh Ground fishing that Stuart offers the Pro,+,Jabout, with Capt. Norris RETAIL AND HOLESALE3Q STAR GLO SOAP' CROSS do BLACKWELL DATED I

EAKSib.15 43 visitor W* here are blessed Indeed Cossaboom along with Orover
.. by the St. Locle :River King and Edward Martin of / POLDER p 27c NTBREAD 19c
which offers so many possibilities r MetuchenjT J,,caught 40 weakfish can
KiouTder [ to those who enjoy fishing and I total of 220 bottom IN THE P B CHES (For Hard and Soft ales')

Square. Cut 'IRK from small boat for small game :ipeclea on the North reef chum 417 OK HOME R BP I I Ir5.c
CHOPS fish Our pond and streams and ming with cut menhaden i
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co 11-oz. rlc?. 20c
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co Cereal. k 8-OZ. pflba. ,25cTE Stuart Se/ ood Market' POT ROAST 69c .'

aUworth ..2QcLaundry It.. RIB C OPS IL.....'_ 79c ,,, ,
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1r 1, imiiiiimiiiiiiiriiiuiiiiiiiiHiiiiimim I FOR:,, SALE IIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIItllMIIIIII SERVICES OFFERED' ) Job and r SOCIAL NEWS of STUART BOAT ACCIDENT! !: I stated"We:owe our, live to the (c-

ale and kill of the charter l
FOR SALE-Sallflsher Ne. 1, S2- UPHOLSTERY WORK and Mattress I 5iII5I5IlIilIulIII5.lIIIli5.iI.5Il.i5Il5IliIIuIlIIIIlIIilI. sIIIIlill51111111IIIISIISIII1SIIISIIIS1.. captain: who endaiunnd. <.
CflSSHD l f [Wi WiRATES ft. IE 10-fU J-ln powered! with Renovating all kinds.! art .n rOnitnuea yeast fy, 5"-, I own lire to save us."-- -

r PAGE' Chrysler Crown *-l R.G. Tycoon -I We do first class Vork, pickup Shop.._.'& f< RETURNS TO CITADEL .I.suburb of Philadelphia. Johnson Levine was a member
'I Ben Arbogast Jr.. her th Is remaining temporarily at Ills preserverIn
HRH Rods. Penn Reels,j. and deliver Phone Fort I for took off his own Brooklyn 'Yacht Club and
GLIDE Chrysler Crown I-I IVO. and Pierce 77S-J ore Route t, holidays with his parents, ha their winter home on Jupiter th* water and gave It to a' hIs own private pleasure ov.

remains of Sallflsher No. 2. Box 589. Fort P/rte MattressCompany. returned to The Citadel at Island mal passenger who was without the Macrae. In New I;)

ATW Tel 31%. Herman Belts, Jr. /41 tf Charleston, 8. C., where he U i -0- I Tort
\ I : 2. PER WORD' ORDIN- .- -- -- AU Junior A sergeant-major, he .Is Mr. and Mrs. R. F Van Seg one.Capt.. H. W. Headers ot Stuart body was sent to the Jewish ]

Adut. ARY, MINIMUM S5c FOR 171/ FOR SALEroom. horn on DOXT WAIT ur* if* too InSet J attached to the regimental stallof gem, former resident of Stuart. and Atlantic City, N. ft and mortal Chapel' In Brooklyn

; apaflhWthar, .WORDS; Se PElt WORD CAP1-, corner In excellent condition, us today Ir automob Never the military school hare disposed of their propertle Capt. Earl Dare of Stuart and' John Mortuary today.

Palm *! TALS, MINIMUM SOe FOR 17 fine location. S-car garage, 7Z1 Insurance tha/ ou need und r Army in Miami and have moved back Bridle N. J., witnessed the accident The Coast Guard sent two i

J WORDS. ___ j E. 5th St the new fina/fta) responsibl of Among those attending the to this are. Temporarily'they and flashed the news on cue plane and two picket:
.IIflhIIIIIIHhIflhuIIIflhlItgHIIlI.HIe, $ i i f i; -, -- --- .- ity Law. Tl(<*dore Dehon lect New Year: Orange Bowl game are living at the yacht basin in shlp-to-shore radio. The CoastGuard to the aoen-.but the **u

fadlltti APARTMENTS FOR RENT FOR SALE-Coconut palms $L Son. Dehonfldg.,, phone K tn Miami were Mr. and Mr Fort PIerce while constructin at Fort Pierce wa !Informed tragically illustrated the
:bty t. iiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiimiiHiiiiiiiiimiimiATLANTIC! Avocado: seedlings, 'ape hone,. 'Inn! Walter Johns, T J. F Kennedy, a new home on the Indian Rive and dispatched two rescue for a Coast Guard rescue t

.... suckle Jasmine, Orleans, Royal 'b ited August Oberhaus and hIs guest, at Ankona. plane and a picket boat. at St. Lucl Inlet and polo
I DO YOU e rouble with .. bowed the need for
Poinclana. Moon yoi school Judge Douglas Stennl of Blloxt 0 Cur- a d*
Vine. Ses-
fcania, all JOe each. J. I. Craig hens nof I 1:4 ing Then us enlist Miss, Mr and Mr*. J;. A. Men- Mr. and Mrs. J. D.,.Curt wh Cspt. Sanders of PortSe..all channel across the bar, for i
317! Albany. Hess Pan-a/min./ Stuart Fee ..... finger Mr. and Mr*.James Corl, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. il I. and Jact radio.Whltlcar Th Whltlcar this community has fought

-. ..- -- ._ Store.1 of William Con Mia Dee Law, Mr. Edwin A. Wenninger for several by the reef and avalllngly for year
back at
had turned
JEFf S $$1IrrE FOIL SALE-Zl-ft, cabin cruiser, SPENCER SUPPORTS- --for we- may i and Mrs. Joe Greenlces, Mrs. L. weeks, left Tuesday. for their bound down the tatra- When the Coast Guard )k
fied E. Ashley, Charles R. Oreenlees, home in Webb City, Mo. Their were brought in Levlne'l body t
Falmart Apply Dr. A. I. men./4e I belt. Luella Downey coastal to Palm Beach inlet !Intending -
Hull Peppleton Creek.IOR Altt Orange Are. For "' i Jr. Mrs. C R. Oreenlee and Ray son William T. Corl. will remal to go out there.They members' of the crew giving i iflclal
in Stuart where he Is the stalof respiration continue
37 Pierre. -Thone for HcUley i on
197-M -
ap back and in company -
SALE-Kototillcr used only poll Indent tIfRtJ The Stuar New Judge Harry Dyer took tin
abort time with extra knife mar Dr. and Mrs.''Sellm McArthur. 0-. with Dare on the "Jean with a pulmotor. The bodj),
tines and weed chopper. S14 Ii, elastic'stockings{ ; will be I who have, been here a week In James Rochester building con- Dare" breasted the high seas to transferred from the dock ki

COURT Akron Ave. ksesfpads. anklets, etc Stuart | tninln connection with the completionof tractor of Cashier, N. C. was In effect the rescue, whU..Sander'HI.Hook"lay wharf and while none real 14

feL APAI'MtNTSTVAR7FLORIDA i .---- --_. Dri Corp.._ If aa their new home at Snug Harbor Stuart last week visiting friend In as close ai po Ueved there was even a chu

$ POE SALE Sneet Juicy tree. D1r! WAIT until- ItO. too late, man left Wednesday for Chicago -0-' slble to the break tq render assistance effort to resuscitate Jobs i

l'\e"l' ly Drcoratelully; FqulppedHoairkeepinA ripened fruit from famous Comes f1fle. us today for automobile Dr. McArthur will retire from Dr. and Mr*.' W. S. francisco and radio aid. Curtis never relaxed until be v.

Apartmenli district; orange $1 bait insurance that you need under war .. medical practice in June and beginning and their ton and wife, Mr. and Whltlcar on the "Oullitream"pulled I tidally pronouncd dead, '
elFJ Weekly or SeUoaal Rates bushel!, grapefruit 75e half (the new financial revponiibiN d Y a ( next winter the McAr- Mr*. Clay Francisco of Kansas six from the water Jack Among those, at the Whin,

W. T. FA1.IT, Mgr.Telephon bushel. Mixed fruit shipped Ity Law. Theodore lichen let chool thurs hope to spend four months City were holiday houseguests Whlticar on the "Hobo" rescued dock were 0. C. !Smith, I lRlcou

815 prepaid 14 bushel 314 Akro Son. Dehon BIdg., Phone II. Ihli of each year here. i at the Oeorge Conrad home on two and Earl Dare saved' one. and Captains Curt. I:
Ave. tf* Inli-t. ,.. -0 I East tth St. They had come to DEAD: Phil\' Levine. and Johnson Whltlcar and I t
IIIIMIIIUIIlllllllllxiilltJIltlllMlllltlllll f
Earl Dr James 3. Stoddard who Florida to attend the Orange, SAVED: Dr. bidore Dobklna, Dare and H W Saunders ,

FOR SILElIIIIIIlIllliluliiiiIIIlIIIlIJIpiIflifIftItiI i FOR SALE 3-burner Coleu4o I lIllllllillIliilUllIlIlIslIlIIIlllllIllIllilIllNOTICES. i i i i I t has a winter home at Hobe i Bowl ,.me.n Miami. i New York :Clty Jerome Bedlak the mate off their ahlpt.tBCAI. .

cook stove 2-burner eledlrie S. Sound. baa sold his longtime: -i 0 Brooklyn; Dr. and Mrs. William -: ADVUTIStME/FT

] FOR SALE-520 buys 1 perfectly plate, 1-700-16-S-ply tire/and I MIIIIIIIIIIIIIMir'MIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIH home at Cashier, N. C., and U, Mr. and Mr*. irwin Johnwlc I Broder, Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. '-
tube. Johnson outboard t/otor, I fcd ,t on his way to Poland where he and her moher, Mrs. Nell Vivianhave' Hy Gold Brooklyn; Norman Oot- LEeAL ...OTICI
good old-fashioned aie V burner 5 h.p, all good conditi I apartment electtic: tovebeingreplaced Box (72, Stuart, Fla. '. IS,
( with mod- Mr. Maine in KM en Sf Lucia '1.tiYer. Iiii Mrs. Stoddard and her children recently purchased from Mr. and< ] and Capt Frank Brown. { Plods*'A'HOII.I.TNY.[ ,I5hOS,

en.flI) Ernie Lyons'tuw\ Stuart .L I NICE Scientific Swedish'' :! have opened a home on Long i Mi.gInl9I! !:, on Osceola Ave Four member ot the party .,)III_'k.* 'Ss0.pmfl "..1tit. .
I a ._ __ ___ __ : .. tim NF' _._ .....n ... UortJn rVinntlf :, .
? esss. I tf i j lliiiiiiiitmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii/tiilimiiiii-/ .. I i Massage By licenses Masseuse, -- !una, ana nospiuu ai. ; -'
: ) and Dr. Broder and
!I I yean experience. Home calls I I'' lllllllllll -I I Hospital
FOR SALE OR IRtDtl 1948! FOR RENiiiiiimiiiiimiiimiiiniiiirniiiiiiiimiij I 1 Price 54 or I for '1'. Marie Dl'R 0 Mrs R. Winder Johnson has Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Smith !have Mn.. Urine were still there. re. S. i.o.t.4.s toe 4 A.soo.441j Lots 5, I OnOwso II Itso.

Ford 1't-ton' .utake-bodv ck j I 1 Shltfer Box 1321. irs gone to Philadelphia I where she I arrived from New Castle Pa., for I salving treatment yesterday at-: ut. Sn, 54 54. 50. 55 Ito, '
___ ._ < I P50 5bdlI.55. 55uelIi Sits
Like nell' (.oh or will! yade FOR RENT! -Furnistod home on''1 tola will rcmain-for the next two I their second season at the Sun ternoon. .0 tstsd 00 %.on. lOst .a,
for touring car or pick-upi O. beautiful waterfrohlage bedrooms ]I 1 J. S. BLAIN 'ISO. f The Johnsons have sold rise Apt.. He la a retired railroad P555 00,5 4. lfou 00. .5 ,d C.hlousds .
L. Meyen Box 1046 Stuart. electric kitchen, newly |i: Over 25 yean in Miami and Florid iota their home ui Chestnut Hill a engIneer! lobe Sound News; psb5s oo.4u tOrsO 5 'utohsstsilsst 5"Co.ssr.
: *. Expert on U S. No. 1, ocean FI.esd. nO 00,1 ( I
__ Vs decorated For / awn or year i each 0 : .,
_- I front and Florida lands. Also! d us the Nw'sI' C istw 'o..twso
PLANTS FOR SAI E TrotoavColeia round. Write Pg O. Box 941 trades. rain" Salerno News with,her parents Mr.' and Mr*. b to's sod 10 slot

,. Sultanas -large and Muart"tort /.J.-, SEE ME FOR INVESTMENTS m.te-I Domlney McPherson. BROWNLEESHOLD .011 usa.sAes aiso.ws .0545,5, so .55.o

them Mrs. Martha Whittle left Sunday 5 100557 1555 II.v is' .i, 55,
small Prices reasonable.
lite RENT ,rf* the beautiful Rooms S09-I10, Olympia Bid,, tdMoubP. suds ,Tdt
:210 W. 2nd St. Stuart, I la. 1941 "Palace/Coach" Trailer I Ij Miami, Florida with I FAMILYlNNERHELD lot Madison' called there by too 55. pm..' 5.5 aol'' I '550.u.ds..s
nd s the Illness of her mother Mrs. ''nios, .' ,ithr
1,15,22.9! Dec. 15. 25. Jan I 81 ,
for sale AIL'alumJnum! extor- j, _. and ti FAMILYDINNERSUNDAY visutse Co I sod ,
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FOR SALE-2 bedroom bunga j tar, complet: with 8 ft Frigl- SEE; the beautiful' 1948 'PalaceCoach" of the siO5d.1ueIeG 05,4kw. se 505 uS eu I
low. Inquire 172 Cleveland claire and hptile gas range. Ondisplay I Trailer All aluminum supply Mr. and Mrs. C. C.Jacobs spen 50. '05' ''i(sOIL
at lot S. 4th St. (Federal : a fw days last week In Daytona I resa Tog y or VasT
FJ Av*. Also lot for aale reason-, exterior. Complete ulth 6 ft. kets.
.'/o 1)). Ask for W. H Beach with their daughter Mrs.' stwossld.a
hay ,
able. Dec. U, Jab. I. '.15 Frigldaire and bottle gas range. to bel ar toetnu

JOB; StLcTm and- 4 tip. Lau- _Strengsonj, _. j jJ'pR On display at 501 South 4thl) these PEDERSENS Eddltb Word:Smith has been and received famIly that P55. 0. 15 Soon 5555 5 Las
(Federal No. 1)). Ask for Beach By MARIE BRODRICK
,4J{ Jnhn WhltM. l> In (-hll.
eon air-cooled engine Also REX Apts. S and LEGAL: A l) utotIN
r Irritation timer Motor aomt Vefk, month, W. II. Strengson. points. UMfa.ni h D. Stevenson; ,,Mrs.
Co. pumps if pearl All electric. Green eaoonl]' NOTICE .:: 'Te our northern! than tIt By MRS. O. D. QUGLEY I Allene Fesln and Mrs. Clem The Brownlees !held a family THE coo coo Y.,t'I P' 'unAreotica ..tstnMASTSO

tl. 4 oconut Row'. Stuart,. friends returning to Stuart.. '" care Inmake Mathers, Jr., motored to West.J reunion at the beach Sunday !In a totes
4\OCADU IRLtS idr sale In J g, U,n.:91 j still In business regardlessof A family reunion was held at: Palm Beach Monday on business honor of Mr Brownlee'i daughter IJI ac S8TATeUJfln; Lloll 'P$14 '

lallonr can*. Crafted '.- rumors being circulated buy li home of Mr. and Mr*. Fred The Young People enjoyed a. and family who were visiting ,_s

blaring varieties 52.111 eacb: 1'01 I .I"iT" New waterfront. Our phone Is still 117. Our new same Sunday After eating I' party at ,the Southern Methodist hen. Dinner was served and attending L sis0ts. .. 555 .I .o suIlsssd.oo.
Mr and Mrs. A. a.
Get them at my house any davCdwin ec. en in Jensen Beach. Air location is France Apartmentsannex prices Church Friday evening were 550 .oqolud .. 5' ,tosou
all i
turkey dinner' motored to
: A. Wenninger, Sr, lit I It from 8tanly and daughter, Sarah _4. oSkk Ito. se.5 0550010si
eo tion tile baths. Phone No. L Christopher Elee- Games were. played. sandwiches.
and .I. lilt .",, 4 C ', I'
; them Sound Beach for the after Mae. John. Manchow of Urbana a.

--, Martin Road.:_. .__. .. Ill -- .,.15.. ---I%%. 29 < frit Shop.. tf' ersCsto Present mere Mr. and Mrs. cookies served ,to cocoa Toley and Engebletsen popcorn were Jr., 111., Mr. and Mrs. Jessie M 5505.0 Mrtts 55 .C.sss......, at to,, .0, 55, 4'th..C

FOR SALETt 41 Olds. 2-door NOTICE Floor finishing .E. DeLoach and children GriffIn and children. Albert and dseo5Sobsu ,.eSsa,
FOR : Beautiful' furnlsh- sanding and ,
Donald Gordon and Evelyn Jan ........... ., sat, .. ,t Zus.0O .
sedan Good gas mileage use e. I W. 3 bedrooms, It yean experience,: tome Mary, Anna Mae and Baldwin Joan and Cassle Ma Eugene Mr. and Sirs E. J. Arnold du00. ..., b Isics s.d.n5 .
no oiL good tires. New teat covers. II 'pt 'e and : service anywhere In the mdian like be J"r I Mr. and Mr' *, L. C. and daughter Jean Mr.' aDd< ... .t. close 5 i.'aO s.di
Illathl.// Jackie Jesse
Scotten. Thompson, .
I .111.\ nOOns. .d 5 isouti 051.esissubss
Radio and healer. tlZM. I call equipped River Area. Free EaU ens te of Stuart Fred Strickland and Oeorge Quigley, John Pedersen Mrs. George Brownie and children. ... ,stS.sin

Vail 1S7. '11I' obed room cottage onCross mates. VVprk guaranteed Bob I whenkilled I Fort Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Un. MelvIn) Murphy ,Alonzo Penny and'FrmL Mr. and .... .50cm,. 5 ''lI isms
nrfr I. Roads Jen- Little and H. W. Peterson | Anderson and sons. Charles Mrs. Dan Shaw and son, Harold. -,.. 5s IsaJsss.e
I and Richard Smith and MrsFred 055.. 005.os
AGENTS for Geld Pump All en Bea Phone. 156-J. tf Mgr., Fort pee i thin t I' nd Wayne, and Ellis Anderson Archto Brownlee, .and A. Brown-
I. DQuigtey. .
Pedensen and Mrs. 0.
slse I Immediate delivery. 81 now Fort Lauderdale Mrs. Maggie lee. Sr.The II: buu, ..sot'S ..5st.us.
De-(! It, 25, Jan. 1, .. _.... lies, 0.0.MIc5sAlL .
Stuart Hardware ( Phone ,
0. Ic and daughter, Vada Rev 'and Mrs.: Jessie Peck
R REM Apt. recently re- i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiniiMiiiini'Miiiiii'FEMALE i I 1 i i .. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Thompson ; : G. un NA.sss.efsesatd1
IOS. tlFOR .
of Ottawa. Ohio .k
decorated All electric cellent 'Barbara Richard Madrey visited In Hob
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kitchea'i HELP WANTED I IlllllllllllnmHt.li announce the birth of a daughter Pass ..101..._ so so. 'C
: .-est me ( Mss Ida Mae Ogden all of Sound Sunday ,and attended
S Lode
.J'I Focing ,......... 4.. II soLI.C.ALADV
SALE Boat. sacrifice j ,... Sunday In Martin County
River and cean view. Boats''II : se! ::!:.ll5)llllli) 555,5 : I sup Ga., Mr. and Mrs. O. D church service at the Conunun -
Bought laver boat ISxlS I'nlvrnal and "orld' finest fishing all j POSITION WANTED Housekeeper > & and cons. Joe Jessie and Hospital weight S IDS. 4 o*. ty phurch. The Pecks arc ...y- : iitMts!_
Marine Motor. 12 h4 Mr Johnson Whltlcar of FortSewall
pour door. t ne 151.J. < small hotel, guesthouse and all Mr. and Mrs. John D. lag at Jupiter for a month. LanAI. ACV. isrurnyNorica
Bait "ell. At Jackson's Roj; tsome. called on her grandmother : 01' INTINICTITIO I TO raw
Ij I or Competent, today dad Kathleen, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Meyer of
I Yard- Jensen Kuhn. FOR RENT:' 11 sanding machine [ reliable. Write Box F, care well. kn and Mrs. Adolph DeLoach Mr*. C. C. Jacobe, Monday I 1 West &lIn Beach and Mr. and MItt 5 It, isvb, .5 pAste iO.' SbOnl1..d

FOR hAl F.; Have someUhromtin t4w and e ger. RefInish I Stuart Nets, Stuart Fla.illimiiMMMMii In son", Jimmie, Mr and Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. A. L. Church Mrs Archie Meyers of Philadelphia ...-....ta, .100 0,00.,, 50 A's
were called: to Winter Beach 555 1"51.
air-coaled eng ea floors at reasonable rates. trade red Pedercen and John had dinner
sons Monday 01,0
i evening 5b
: I l MHiMitiiMHMmiM| Sill| |II| Sunday by the death of Mn.Church' ,41. .551 p.50w I ,
with high-tension m/lan'' a Phone 101, StuVrt Hardware' I I Walter Jay Qulgley of 81 with Mr and Mr 555 cs..I' CMr&ea. vd 5
Fine for that small b.... : MALE HELP WANTEDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHMimillllllllllilMIH !_ I .. ,_ .. ,, brother-in-law. Dan ..... P004.5.. no. .lh '
cc Co. tf ,II. pouiiry .,..."' a..a o. .... ue..aen. "' mIISss'Isu. ., tII.. 555 COOt
'I stationery Ralph / *- '-- 1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiii1111111I1111111I11111I111111111 Donald;; St. ..... .
engine ( I WANTED-;'Cashier: one who can 1 ytar, supper everybody left tort / / Onge left Sunday so-eS vILlA''
.r Motor jTo, tf FOR RENT: Mhirlin* type lawnmoser Good low homes. to resume his studies at Tulan soup a aAIID (a
type preferred. salary 5540. 055,5 enI I e'hoIs.
FOR 8ALE=Three bran, pea. by hour ot> day. See I and hours. Apply Mrs. Shea ) Miss Edith Earle returned to ; JENSEN NEWSBy UniversIty after pending the ......... aHOO.

:i still In the crate. air oolrdLauson Henry Kindred Stbart Hardware The Lighthouse. proxima .. Tenn, where the I Is holidays with his family. so. _...iss.o Sac' I 5s, it so'
., Co. Phone 10$, tf I of poull school after Mr.and Mrs = : uI wol'
4-cyclr 01tors. I nsa- spending CHARLOTTE HiLliERillllhllflllllllllllllllllIlllllllIlllllllllfI Lacy Griffin and 0. Doss I
See us oifa>. R: ph i tInier 1 i I SALESMAN WANTEDI urea ra i holidays here with hor par family and Mr. and Mr*. Mae 15.1." Sesnd. ,....I'. 4)5 5a) odII Iaovs.'sko'pnssso

Motor Co tf MCE DOt'BLE rooms now available I you an financially responsiblewith bank I ..*, Mr. and Mr. W. It. Earle. / Nell were entertained at a spa- ..

fURS.\l.E ...:: Old 'la< canoe, new furniture\, Hollywood sales ability or Licenced !I rbeeks. Muts Portia J;. dough of Hart Mr and Mrs A. A. Hendry, Jr ettl dinner Saturday evening at (a lVMS 5510PsbJss.s.5s.i

peed- boat and trail, "ith 5'' .. beds, Innersprirnr mat [ Real Estate Salesman, In. W.de Conn, who visited her sis. and sons, Alvin and John, spent the home of Mr, and Mrs. George n 545LsoAL
tresses. Rales from 111 weekly 421 Mrs. J. H. Whltfleid for a Brownlee.
.hp. outboard motort'oed tereated in a lifetime connection !- Thursday and' Friday in Jacksonville a 154001PSOTICI
little and priced for nick sale very and up. Rex Hotels.. Federal In the Real Estate business l- Foci .through the holiday, left on business Mn and Mrs. "Weftthlngtoa and AD

Call J51.J. Highway at bridge?; tf (here commissions in )' for Hartford. .. Mr. and Mra' Hudson Baker of family of Salerno Kilted Sunday Of'lprTt so 001(0'
:. the hither bracket, can be Mr.and Mrs. Paully and family Vero Beach were guests of Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. William King. nCTmVeJiot 5, Mt Iul Its

.'<" WEIIAVE scat coirs for III OK RENT-Guest house t bedrooms earned then conjact u* ail'I InPARK .Philadelphia were visitor Baker's brother, R .... Mitchell, Mr. and Mr* W. J. Garner and O-00ood 10 5.5 0..0.,, I Cl e4 05soluesa
make of can v>inn coven ", 2 baths, large screened once once. We an Nationally I Mrs. Lydia Stewart on Dew here Sunday. daughter SallY. of South Bend .'Laos I. a" ..10wlO
for sedans in, lied $r>. ntstou 0551 0 S at 540
50 I in porch. Furnace and fireplace Known Real Estate Brokers eans Day. Robert Alex Stew Mr. and Mn. Jacob Welling nd, are visiting with Mr. and ...4SC.s.SMuo los .501 (
Ralph timer M> or ( ... If : Also laundry Electric operating in 18 States. selling, also called through the holi and two children, who have been Mn. Dan Shaw, Mr. and Mr PSu'4ds.ssee I.sis.ssss .

FOIL SAIE-100 i if frontage on stove. I ISO per month. 3 month Farms Business and Residential .. guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Jessie Orlffln. Mr. and Mr. K. ......",sSto. lie a. toll

Indian River In Jensen Beach only Contact Box L, Jensen* properties. Can be conducted Joe and Jay Qulgley of St. Wllkle, have returned! to their J. Arnold and Mr. ana Mrs. 'AlA 0 N0dOOhlOOss

Ideal for home Jr cottages RIparian Rearh, Fla.I from your home. S.I| are here with relative home in Holland Mich. Oeorge Brownlee. oor 'ta,' p5.0.Suitoi .. t So'-
rights 5 Write Box 12, capital Investment required., WILL ud friends. Among Uutt 'attending the Dearer Stohr left for Oeoigla 5tCo.saiL.se 4. s.vsliV.50
Jensen Beach FOR RENT-Downstairs apartment Mr. and Mrs. John D. Steven- Tech after C... ....... 0,'
| ,I We supply training and aupers Stuart Vet foodHOKgame !in pending the !holiday 550 .......14.... I nu In ..udao.os.ocw.
j'ORSALE = ft of fire-place screened .In porch vision; advertising and neces- and daughter Kathleen. and West Palm Beach Friday night with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. s

tools and Iwelty andirons in front porch living room uarf supplies.' Real Estst exVerlence ;' .Leon A. Conine of Stuart re were Mr. and Mrs. Norris TUton, Jack Mclntyrt.. .1 545515 0500C. 0A hut ts od 0"ss i
dining room. bed room, bath, j home last week after and Mrs. Ransom Mrs. William .55w es'soso 5555
Also three-rMI I nouden slat not essential Write) Mr. Tllton King, t.fri Albert -
porch screenf 2 ft side, one 8 electric kitchen; closed back ... dating I business back I the !holiday ,in New Mr, and Mrs. Franck Wacha and King and Mrs. Jameson 5ovttpsi. 5(055C'

ft. wide. DAIs, 171 St. Lucie porch. Private borne. Nice g r e and. and qualifications. By City and Allentown, N. Jv Mr. and Mrs.Lewis Gamble, and pent Monday In West Palm .. I... 5. Ii on 5. IS'LZCASA
4 CTneen& lawn. Reasonable rales. Apply Earl Dolph of WEST'S FARM Alfred! Pedersen and Margaret Lewis. Jr, and Verna Gamble.Marjorie Byrd and Richard Pullurn hare
4th St.. :... _...__ ....... .... tOT OVuiT_.
Rains Poultry Co. 303 E. Twenty left last week for ""r- ..t"r"t_ .. t ......... >L. __
FOR SALE::'' lrollen. '!Model T AGENCY, INC.. Atlantic Court .. a. Ulcu SlUQiefl '
Phone 311.TIIREErootn. ... I Breeze State University after spend Buffum attended .t National iS T505 ti lIT ''ST rum
Ford. Reasf, nble. 609! S. Fed- Ap. Stuart Florida. L an College. of Chlroracttca -- CO (V
eral HwayJ Mlnlatret ; the holiday here. with their, cpen house party given by Miss in Chicago.Mr sTATS 545 r Ci IDA
.la Pert : '
apartment WANTED" -Carpenter work. Day and Mr .
black-face Georgia Turner and Mrs. Laura Bherburne ProeoU 1Q01 5.Pl.OasiCa
roR- ASH MALE-15 cocoanut Sewall furnished for. Ugb! or contract A. E. Brearley, Hiss Katherine, Scotten left Howard at their. horn on New art expected to arrive this J, ..audu.owato .

trees I f yean old, f5A SUlectrieal house-keeping near .ae"j Ocean Scene Trailer Park, at 8 pjn. ) for Ehiory University in Years Eve. week at their home, the Tackle rhsuiiOftDL

I R. all furnished Phone 11S-J or writ. Jensen Beach, Pta, talent after spending the holi Mr. and Mr. Norris TUton, Boi. Beach Road Jupiter Island. tU
house wi Entire block Stuart. 0 A
J arage.; 1 MiiiiTniiMiiiiiiiMiiiniiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiii j ed. The here with her parent, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wacha, Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. Stanley and vhs asal. 51 0 ida:

oppositedrive.. icty chool household on Hospital fur- FOR RENT .- Well appointed WANTED ( the Mr*. W. J. Scotten Tommy Helller Jr. Harry Jennings daughter, Sarah Ma. *. and John T0a0055 f0.5 55 5' h IIhsssoisll -"
; : director o I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson of and Charlie Smith return Manchow left Wednesday from a ISo
apartment living room wltbfireplace I
Inning- tiiiiiiiniiiiiii'iiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimmmiijWANTED Love Iaml spent two days last week ed to Gainesville Sunday to continue Urbana, III, after visiting set- ru.stssa, .' o'l4'
FOR SALsji-olored glass, milk dining room, electric Pajr of rabbit for his eral 50 baf OO 3 ,sI.0 1' l
1 Buck and with brother\) O H. studies at the Universityof week here with relatives.
kitchen 2 bedroom Private
glass, ciUtlnents! china pieties -, or breeding. Eil: type.. Write Hlme and family Florida. Mr. and Sirs Austin Mulllns
frainet, '
wind larnw and early American Stuart Fla. of their : last week to nurses train Sound wen dinner guest of Mr. spend several day with Mr. Mul
furl Lewis Antique Ankona 1,15.22iiiiiiiiimiiimiiiitiimi.iiiiiniiiiiiiiiii '- -a 504 al ,lus 5505 Is soW
ure. end men ,In Riverside Hospital in Jack and Mrs. A. Tau Mew Yean lensmother, 0555,0
t Shop (ot No. I highway atIndlantoifn I ii i i i WANTED:, Man es'oma5 pre Herb after a short visit here flyp. The Re*. and Mrs. Alex Linn 5550,5 45 0.,sins.. o..AiwSos 1 P5.etdu OOIld lOu OO
appearuVe :
_table for door
road Stuart, Fla LOST & FOUND'llllllllllllIllllllIlhIlIilllllllliIlllllIIlIll Howard i > successful in the March: of T4r. and Mrs. Earl H. Smith of have returned from Miami after 5,44 dsIsua, 55,6 ibo dollb'so'

I ,,15. 2%,21') 1 I to door week< In %junction. Megan *.'due to the merchants of Aahevlll, N. C:.. arrived thiS weekto pending New Year with their ; t-
with HOn
reglsterrleetrie l : National Improve.asent !eludes Fort Pierce and Jensen spend the aughter IT 10 75511005* opt5t
FOR SALifciuh LOST Silver lad....' bow pin Service. Salarfrjaadnsloalen. Con- aeuon at their Jan. 55. d.t.nlund"Oens lou-st ..555"o.nlssi
wafHlng .machine two, inn Baker --- horn in Rio. Choir> reheaml. discontinued
with blue stones. New Year'sEve. .
0 ortunlt '.
space hesiten and steam table,] Reward. Leave at Stuart Splendid BesehW ] Clarty,.... so liberally In mer Mr. and Mrs. George Onnn and vtr the holiday, will nsuma
writeBox 5OO0.IMO0'o'f
Can S494)) Vere
Priced reasonable for quick<,! News Office. Ben which was used in rais Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge" Paine of Wednesday evening at 7:30.

sale. aw. Hotel. ,Phone, lilt A -- m. __- tf win, "''ra. money at Its carnival More Mound City, m, arrived Friday =--
tI I LOST-Elgin gold wrist watch, HELP WANTED To Prevent Friend 2.000 wu raised in the to occupy: : the Gamble home for family, Charles :

IU.OOMlNG'frican violets l |1.M:; black wrist elamp-sometime.Runda Accidents. Came to Ralph Mr*. I ICasseU last year. with a good por I I the season. Ie)', 8. C. Hunch In Lang. osola u istw'Sa. so0. InC

) to SMI, also. begonias, cycls-, > nlghl week eg*. 12-21. timer Motor Co. for wheel ; 'r of this going back to Stuart!, Mrs. c H. Munch ha returned I Mr and Mr*. Joe Pith 055 es..N,I Iwryspaj RIASSO SOD 'telor

1ft.., Mexican dish gardens! 47. Contact Jne. J. Moor, 'and tire alignment. They will] Seaman | various charities W* hop from WaycroM, Oa. whero she' eon, of Newark N. J and psi coils? IbIs 55 .55?
and foliage plants. Mrs. Ernest I, AU,... r. O. Box t9Z.. Stuart or help yes prevent that aeei".I! llano I.oye.Ocean j will patronise this charity to I I:spent the holidays with relative of Mra. Pltha'a parents, are, Mr.I1MStI ;,hoe, iIStuO.$55u4chel

r. Lynn, lli fienMnol, .t fl phone 12$. desk tf the show. 'She also visited her ton and: Mr Robert Moon and s( 5S C00''
lbs *415, 51.5, Jul. )5 ,

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:t (CIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART I News Home items Telephone office for this before JS-VV paper noon mast*>n Wednesday retch Office the newipapef hone JO* I

, MRS. MARY HARTMAN. Society Editor

VERWARE TO BE GIVEN MX. IS I I Dick Latham has returned I I Former Newton, 111, neighborsOf ROTARY ClIlB
ends Watch.nd .. .. from a trip to Washington, D. Mr and Mrs. L. 8 Oregon
WstcX Repair The annual benefit card party ;(+ C. where ht was called last week I gave them a surprise visit New as sTUART i. W. .d.r a sits 13,15e.H0400t
the'st' by the ,Illness of his father Years Day at their Palm City 'a Gatl.l, 3i''A
Oat atatb given by Josephs Ladles' I ilil j e -'C- I home. Tbe group plans to remain H, Mf b IJNUka5 ;

Spctny will be given this yew Mr and Mrs L. >E. Halstead I In Florida until May and 'RS naaatsa.t ,wLavJs ,
I Included ),fro and Mri. B. O Wag
at the Clvk tenter Oames will and two children of Madison: I new'
were the home guests of Mr. and goner Mr. and Mrs Herman
begin at I p m.Jan IS with proceeds Mri O. L. White for the Christ May, Mr. and Mrs Paul Marshall,

e e sir T T2nd to be used tot furnishings J mas holidays. The White also I. Mrs U C Smith, Mr and Mrs

\'. had as their guests recently! Sam 'Harry Frazier and son, Robert. WE BUY /- Junk
of the new Catholic Church. Mr ,
Lovell and Irvin Maloy, of Fa now of Chicago, and Mr. and
H. D 'BUI IIU, entertainment hok;e. Mrs. George Morton of New York. wrec ed COTS, scrap 1

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chairman. is lit charge of ..r. I copp'' r anc/bras 4
F I Pierce nU.r Allen Neall of the General Motors Mr and Mrs. Ellsworth Schner-
St. rangem. : .. --- .- School of Flint. Mich, left bush entertained for the first SISCO'S"AOTOfPARTS )
Friday night for Chicago after time in their new home on Cam- 1
FR.HE PAR ING ZTI upending I a two-week vacation den Ave at holiday dinner in

I Right Down Town I I wlUx lids parents, Dr And Mri honor of their house guests, Mr '
SouthlDie Highway
I and Mrs George McLenna and
Howard W. Neall
C -... son'Tom,cf Miami Other\ guests o Pierce
\ LOU BRANCH and Mrs Joe Constance
were Mr.
Donald 129
STATION! ones,. Mo.i,....., was Hartman left FridaySight and daughters Miss Phyllis. Miss ,ne r
IST PALM BEACH t oare, on. n Fir.> 1A"aa"'sari,4'M1"aS'ha I for Atlanta to continue his Jit Ann and Angeline, and MnLSteliq

_.. t. ... P freshman' year In chemical engineering Jock and her grandson
at Georgia Tech.
t! (t t('('.W"ra"ra 1 r r a -- Dick Jock. Dick recently was
1tY"h"rx t the Army and
4 Uncharged from BewAi
Cot and Mrs Jdhn A. Brooksof came from Detroit to spend the Coughs

A NEVV PLACE' TO. GO have Ocean Breeze Camp of Jensen holiday with ht ls grandmother I frcii
returned from holidayvisit
i a and his aunt Mrs ConsUnc .
with Col and Mrs Charles .-. -
I Noycs at their new home In Fern- Mr and Mrs. Alonzo Keller ten Tfca\Hang On 4
Barrel Soda
().Yla.i Pbntos
'The Big Shop"Tbe 2 andlna I
Future Uune.M4eesof Anwrk' Erom all South !':modal 4chuo4 btlviellll Veto Beach airs) Muimt I 1Ir1 = aLt .... last week for their horn in w Won rmleres) promptly hew
nbove their convention Stu Civic ) and Doc it(J! anti) Greenwood, S C' after spending cause I uu ridft to th* seat of the) I
at Center I
at let FrklMY
pictured two-day Saturday
Only ountain 'C'ft I Shop :-Col. David L. GIbbs of Max- several days with their son John troublnf to %w en and expel
y 11, Below ans Stuiut-Chapter\ member. of tl.* FFA, the host group mid visiting (leers[ well Field, Montgomery. Ala.. W. Keller and family East 5th germ Men and plate beiAraw and, aid nature
.t tor'fie' tender, In-
for Mile* and Mik ,1 with his wife and children spent 8t. i flamrf, bronchial mucous nemo i
the holiday season at the Port r-- bran Tell your s; U.,S. Highway f o. I'I Hobe Sound Sewall home of his late father Mr and Mrs E. A Menninger a bottl- of CnomuUftn with the undwit.iidlnt -
r IT S. Olbbs. Cheryl, returned : you muJNlk*the way it
George Jr, and daughter I-
quick allays the onsih or you sire
.. ..-. ..--- Mr. and Mrs T R Chambershad from a 18-day Chrlitmas visit ';
their with her relatives In St Joseph.
as holiday guests at
their Jupiter Island home their Mo. and his In Topeka Kans j for Cduthj,Chest Col
BEER I I WINE cousin Mrs Anna Smith of MI- --e- --
ami Mrs. 'Chambers parents Mr and Mrs. A, L "Bus" Bell I

P OU PO LUNCH BAR \' Mr. and Mrs L. L. Halbach Mr. and son Stauffer were here lor r.1.1f
I and Mrs James Lovelace and J. the: holidays with hb parentsMr '
McCllntock of Vero Beach. !I and Mrt Lewis Bell "Bulorm
U. 1 ftfar Indianto-wn Road
:r Stuart lire\ chief now ore This i
Bl/ER I ; !i prevention engineer with 1 Ine AIr
and Ale John Dun Qef Fort Lauderdale -
wt'nIack t t" Whiling
ton \
: t... I was a recent guest of his I ,
'r tOil J.H1 1 01..<1 I' I I' I i 'lOUt' is
.50 Per Case parents Mr and Mrs Carroll' ,,
: t\11, ".lI1II111.1 .11 III/ 1I.'pe'' t1 n UIUI
I'I Duimombc of Riverside Dr.

t ,Schlitz Pabst Budweiser I --e- : TRY POST.WAR,ASTER ACTING"
ri' Mr and Mrs. Claire Simpsonand

Miller High Life daughter, Janet have arrived COLD Sic* ,
,. from Detroit to Join \their 666

uncle John Simpson and aunt, TABLETS
Mrs. J J. their
I Moore at ......rs.a.hs..1.....,.....M-ta.rl..
Rom West 2nd Bt John ,
I on ,..
E JVILL1AMS| Prop. CauUnt P'."'" Simpson It reported much ImI : ss c.M.$-.I.: ? .... :ILIIAI 1

I proved after several weeks illness -
Greenland Mr. and Mrs BIU 1EEV 'ENTER DANCE I of a heart attack.
IOFFEE 11 SANDWICHES Leaches Hold Matheson and mother, Mrs Alexander -!SPONSORS LISTED I _.
: Mrs L. D. McEUresh, Mrs. Rob- _, tGREYH
Mrs. Walter Kltchlng Dr and Mrs, P. E. Sloan of
_. ert Gamer Mrs F M. Kramer I Whlrcsburg, Ky., have arrived I lOt
-- House Miss Annie M. Hicks of Atlanta
and Miss Mamie Symonette were till
for another\ season at the Atlan- fit inttrum s. ?e
guest of the WesU, Miss Yynch sponsors for the teen center tic Court Apt. Dr. Sloan is a r.- Easy to buy our
On Dec. Judge A. O Kanner, Mr and dance at the Civic Center Satur- tired lieutenant-colonel of the fresh stock)
.. 28 Mrs. Michael l O. Uttman,Senator day night. This Saturday sponsors Army. having served as a dentist!
and Mrs. Evans Crary, Mr and will be Mrs AJ.O, Plttman,I in both World Wan. i iCrrJ HUTTt/RADI sod
lld''Mfi Mir C. R. Ashley; Mr and Mrs Mri U W Crmrofd 'and Mrs. -
\h WiUafortl AFFIANCE
Ransom Mr. and Mrs Ed I ,
A. C. Courson Blanche Lowery Mrs. Dewey .
Leach held open house from Burgess Mr. and Mrs. Oarland Wells Mrs E. D. Wells Mrs Joe f To? Every Day : UAIIT, FLA.
h Goo
ougli 4 to 8 p.m. at their home, Tuck- Edenfieid Mr and Mrs H. Kt Constance, Mrs M. J. Morrisonand ND FARES '
ahoe- n-the-Indla.l1 River Dec. Kletfeld Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bess Mrs D. 8. Hudson will serve 'Iftl( I( InM" :V"*" 'l.erjlnrt
28The house was'deecrat'd Mr and Mrs Herbert Thayer on Jan 17, Mrs I,.. A Arbogast,I A inn! .'lUlK l.tlvlit. \,Mil Mwlr. !,,1tti.r f 4 Rernai mazin&ly Low z
mER GO GOO EA with myriads of poinsettias and pr. and Mrs A. J. L. Merits Mrs Carl B. Roth and Mrs E. J. I !iso.MrliiH/ nti'KMt <-* fur Him'
gladioli, bougalnvlllea Brazilian and houseguesti Smith Jr, Jan. 24 and Mrs. &1c-, .n.:"sun.. mm. "lti. IIIIK'ImHnM, .ic 1'i\: Stuart {e: 'I1
pepper and several ''U11)' Ki'I\I\\ H&nI'1111 I the: cc...:.s
Illuminated "
Christmas 'trees A life-sized l WJrurtlp Leach, Mr. Allen a : and Miss Symonette Jan. 31.'ISITISG 'I i IfafM i F.lerny. (TTOVA BtAC.ll %.50
3 4 70 M E Santa Claus welcomed I Ihs Leach Mrs. John E. Taylor Mrs 'I1ii. iiniiHuulxif/ |. i,"". i alii nliim unit eetsys4t guests.
F Randall Matherson, William J. \ MINISTERS Phone 2498 Box No 3T OKLASDOnovus.rt.AD: 243
end |the hulls .,5 tae eic'wlmevl t,
NON-SKID Visitors and newcomers to Leach, Dr. and Mrs C. A. Car- TO SPEAK SUNDAYAT ) \F.RO BEACH, C RIDA &.30
god wishes roe hug' N** >rnr
u py
MILEAGE Stuart who were special guests rlel and mother. Mrs Thompson METHODIST tlllRCH MIAMIH.ALA: ISO
into the inlliiiU-realm nf eesesreless
Included Mr and Mrs, ftolllns and the Rev and Mrs W OAldrldge .' Two distinguish winter i TILE ( 3.90

W AC1uAl LOAD ESTS of HetghUvllle. N /., the Russell guests will fill the pulpit of the : twlllll.Un pee i :VJH i>r Science and. Sold and Install ST. AUGUSTINE 3.20

West family,formerly of Atlanta, --- Methodist Church Sunday morn- Health W4U hey In lic! Scrip | Asphalt and Rub see ST. TLTIRSBIKG: 44D
NEW Mrs Taylor guest of Dr, and GARDEN CLUB TO MEET ing and night! during the absence lures;. Jlury lialtir i'dilj! the Dis. for floor S.\RA'' OTA 903
Mrs Hull, Mr. and Mrs, 3 D. AT S:31 P AL MONDAY of the pastor, the Rev. W. coverer end I nuifilcr of (JirUlumScience T\LI\HASSIE 6.50)
GOODf1( A 2orl of Webb City Mo., guests of The Garden Club of Stuart O. Aldridge. who with Mrs Aldrldge : ilcllnct "'>rar" in (hurt u> Plastic A minu TAMP* \ :595
the E. A. Mennlntfers, Mr* E. H will hold the aWa .. 149
January Meeting Is spending a week in solar nwawreiuenl or tune; e ITtT HOMLl: $
1440 .yew osla sea Bess guest of her soninlawand << at 3:30 p,m. Monday the Woman Jacksonville, mortality; space for rrprntaiito" Floor Sandin nd M I ERS: \ 47i f?
E 3 I daughter Mr. and Mrs 'a Club Hostesses will be Mrs 'I Dr. George F Barber Milwaukee And she concludes her definition REST PALM HL.\11 .73nl ;
George Conrad Mrs. Linn M. J. F Borone. Miss Ida Albracht minister who Is spending the thus: "Time If it mortal, Ih""Mltl., I Rug Cleani, Urn O T. .,I ....
Brook, guest of Mr. and Mr. Mrs W. K. Key and Mrs Charles winter at the Atlantic Court the divisor of which I K the .ulnr BulieIor, oncrete Forms Re T., TN '

.. I Harry Swlnglehurst, and Mr. and 1 )lecher( Members are requestedto I!i will speak at the 10.45 a.m. service >ear. bternih, I h t,od's meiiMirt Greyhound Bus Station
-- ;;,'\ Mrs David B. Irons, >formerly of I II bring flowr specimens which I Dr M. B. Graham of Muncie neat 01( l>oul.lillij )I"ra., Steel fete ft for poured con1

Nashville, TermCallen .1.1I are blooming now in their own I I Ind, who Is vacationing at Truly each" New 'ear anonl Crete Ufe repea'edly. Save CHISHOLM'SCAFLTERIA ;
I were Mr. and Mrs not only upate for repentunecbill ,
MOOR CO. yards I the Ocean Breeze Camp at Jensen I money/ material and man'
VilEY I A. preosel Mr. and Mrs Leslie I Tilt executive board will meet I I Beach will speak at 7:30 p.m. pporlunil 10 live every' moment hours
God lout
t In the glory of des Phone
Prell ei. Mr. and 9156
> Randall at U a m, tomorrow, at the Red t
ria. I Matheson Dr, and Mrs H H. 1 DAViDSON LEAVES we nut permit Rmorleof. the
federal Higlsw Stuart Cross chapter house In Wood- past, to torment na: w ill, rrgrtlsmidfemnrsrT SP *BRITE PRODUCTS
Hipson Mr and Mrs OS LECTURE TOIRHarold
Richard lawn Park. Members are requested 1)0 we not nuike theIIIVMII & SERVICE IJREYHDUNDTHOSE
Smalley Mr and Mrs W. A. to bring sandwiches.ALTAR B. Davidson: sea diver. l tense with slam anilttruiuilt"
.. Palmer, Mr L. F Knowles and I left this week for Pennsylvaniato Aid ilK not our ton.el'lI 1
brother of Detroit, Mr, and MrsWelch SOCIETY PLANS begin"mother lecture tour for the luliin "with its lunliiliunK -
Mr and Mrs. John M. CARD PARTY FOR JAN. IS which will take him to 130 towns unrrrluinliK Ion often roll ,

Law n, Dr. and Mrs A.:'J. Hull The Altar Society met Mon- in that section of the United II''." nl preiicnl )Jovs? lo llniiir inlluiuthl
Mrs George Backus, Mr. and day to complete plans for the I States over s niulakcn, |hail, lo ;

Mrs John E. Taylor, Dr. and Jan. 15 card party\ at the Civic ,I' CIPt' worry over an uncertain future.
Mrs. O C. Bennett Mrs L E. Center The committee to assist Charles J. Wynne of Sew- Is lo waste t"iccioui, moment of s SENSATIONALGREYHOUNDS I ,
Ashley and Jack I|I alls Point left Friday on a business glorious with fresh .
sons and Jim the chairman, Mrs H. BRains I present opportunities.
HESfOTLflHT Dr and Mrs Howard Neal Miss includes Bra Nellie Fessonl trip to New York City and I --i

Jean Kimberly of Atlanta.houseguest Mrs D. A. Meyers, Mar JJ : California. \\. read 'In the Bible of the A&hleys Mr and Link, Mrs George Conrad,1 '-C I'"), Xnc) da)' is with llw l Lord 1 ARE RCNNING ,
Mrs Arthur Dehon, Mr. and Mrs.Harl' Mrs Michael Hartins, Mn Stewart Mrs Livingstone Oliver of as a Uiou'.and yearn, iiml a Ihou.land .
) Beckmtn. Mr. and Mrs Springer Mn George Bitch I Buffalo has arrived to spend the )ears as one' da- With NI fHTLY
Herbert Kraft, Mr and Mrs SA. Mrs, Frederick Henderson and season with her brothe..ln.lawand.alster. God| there hi no elrinfnt of lime I,,
is on FLORIDA Again Mennlnger, Mr.and/lJrs.John Mrs Gerald LaPointe. Mr. and Mrs. rrankQu1IeDb'rry. Indeed the only lime lhal mm AI /OR SHINS '
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at Bewails Point.
-------1 possesss/ the preaent moment
+1..:=#='= =s:=ma:: I = =- And Ih.1 t moment thin so-called

FISHERMAN I Mr. and Mrs W. A. Smith of time,can be Illlnt with happiness, T THE
Rio entertained last week at a with healHi, Uarmuny, progress,
ROD AND REEL REPAIRINC holiday dinner for their family, for God Illla nil Him .and space
10 Dys NO DELAYS \ PRO / SERVICE j Quests Included Mr. and Mrs with Ilia IIMKC end, pu"'cr.
>Charles Steele and family of here Is never a moment when" PALM BEACH
Complete Line of P\m Reels and Soul/Bend'Tackle j i i Martthsvlile, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. God l Is nol All. With Him II I an beginning -

W*) Sell Part for All Males f Reels George Kuster and family, West and no emlinii, no Hnlle-

OUTSTANDIN WC CARRY NATIONALLY ADVEsflSED BRANDS I Palm Beach. Mr and Mrs stool ..111 no limilallon. lo con- % CLUB'
Obi I W A. Smith, Jr. and Carole, 1.,1. <>1' life In llw mi'asureim/ 'nbi of KEN L
time Is lit llniil, cur abilities and
HORSE Augusta ; Woodard
lessen our cnpabllities. ., lo depict
Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs Rich
RAGING I us and deprive to (of the )uv of
Old Dial. Highwa Ne Jensen BeachHARRYSWIN ard Wykoff, Vero Beach, Mrs. accoinpllHliiiiruli, Man,Hie IwloveilChild ,
ii' E RST, Owner Ethel Frost St. Louts; Charles l of lind.| knows no Ilinllulion.
3rd Oalnesvllle and Race
Smith of
lie is conscious only of lira Inllnllud : Nightly
Billy Smith. of good. the elianfiilesi/ harmony
at HIALEAH of Inlinll being Man '
being never rtachet a point of11I11&11. FIRST RACE 8:15:
West Beach ..<1 stagnation' Forever nofoldins. -
r Pjflni
Directory It Is forever expanding.Somcon .
ban .said "I I her I II I1

Including 117 Great 'j'urf Classics'INUARY WHE\IN WEST PALM BEACH enouxh of good for every day." tinelas eVery Race
T E FIRMS \ fRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE tiod's lile*,man, has the ability Inperceive j'
KIMH!, to receive It, and
to retain It,ber....... he t*eternally Daily Double 2nd\ red 3rd Races
6 Through MARC 2Florida' BADCCNCK'S 'Ins oat ro sae s se' HAW TV H O JT N E identified with good and good ,
ROOFlY&CO.aooruto alonih. H-ncr. his happiness is *.- T \ %
512 CUrtjftis SuFurnUJr lured cirwer. ,bee.....* Ills found No minor: admitted
ed upou the Horns I fact of the' .
and Fined Tracie *) and -aHjrr VITAL ...eropr..**_ of SIMM!. Foe hiss
Old Largest NKATmcuvArataTDMTWATtijraocrma
House) furnishings oryAs ,, rrDMSrltrn7 Indeed liter U always. a "Happy Special Clubhouse Servicec ,
el.swA7"s O1.rT5 11.rDItr':; CrlfM SrlrM

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Published every' Thursday at '
Stuart, Martin County, Florida, a Words of Wisdom Horticulturally Speakin'
by Stuart Dally News, Inc.. a ,
P E iiiiliilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII/ snntplllllllllllllllllltl oQO ==:: aoao
,Florida corporation. o==== -: :: o
Entered at second-class mall To reveal the laws through which Cod works in the the annual
*. presented of
1'"e fullowln: **; UI sneering of f I IFI"rlt14 iv
mattec; at the pest office at physical world and to teach man to cooperate with them SI4I 11,intUurat Society sr St. Petersburg, Novetibr/ t Stuart, Florida, under the Acts
reveal the laws
have ever been the part of science. T.
of March 8, 1979,
A FREE PRESS through which Cod works in the spiritual realm sad, to CRADIATEORK IN HORTICULTURE AT THE UM\FRm;

3$ YEARS OF SERVICE teach men to live in harmony with these law have been the Qf FLORIDA

.- and Th. Ituirt bally K.w. ..t ".ae..eor part of ,religion. The time has come when leader of Bv///. S VV //c/ .Hwf. Ofinrtmml of Horticulture, VI1Ivtt'dt; etil&wtkulntre
GLI'A d pt.s."aei few: :", : li.u--: together the +It J'Jurkfo, Cuniewtfcdmtrv /
FREE PEOPLE + science and religion are beginning to study
roll, ..__. to dtwadrs the most ;
hoe few lalp.II1
AT lJf't'1I
'M .IraIP '
end MIIUH M "" many
...Ira rM fi.. ... __/........ .. inter-relation of the laws of body mind and spirit. They
....... TIM. .. ... ha slowly' ** ..
S 1I11 HUM Uwllr N 'I in accord of l F10rkl.l.! bOil this* fad only lwe., Imp"" '"p pl
., believe that fullness of life depend on living
ten4 >
A was 0et0M0 IMS It. r b .rH/e.' woe ....... a lt.i the l ';" 'K'IOl1l1l1ulll1l 'fI1 of the state VM not thut A,
apal! aauts; l tewl+, :=,::.. with Cod''law on theahree plane of man's being and was a distinct ;ntf! srpurute partment <* llortktilture, In the CoG,j

.i Pats' w that the coordination of, all phase of life Can be achieved- of I Agriculture of the Unlvmity' )It hwvbig I been treated 1revkotshsa
Wltl JII"'I''" $" A. rawxmnea/ eta'. C Christian ideal tiN since tllut! ante hta
Pl lo: h' LXoss ad/t' I only through the integrating force of the r>hu.' ff li"I.IIITh.ugh\ yean d'Twrtii
facll' 1,500(:; ,1'A MKNNINtltK. IK 1 cite KrfllmM : which unite all m, aa'. energies of instinct emotion and rms devoted II*..If M training men to mere; effective partielfuba!; k
tact l '''I.LlAIII'' .,IT('IIKI1.MS : A".I'1IoM. ...f s. tint f1l'Otluctkn of tunes and oilier fruit*,, of vegetable crop and ?t
... I, MKNNINGf:Kl "..1.._ M..._ intelligence toward the high aim of spiritual dominance nmunicntul plant' Mure course work In citmi culture h ofKrcd) t
e l I1< cotta-HMtTMAN, ( aa.Sty, E44te. over lie-th. reign of the Christ spirit on earth.Ethel the" University of florlo"Co1.S"" \ of Agriculture than in any nfo.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES a-- P. S!. Hoyt. agricoltural'Orge in the Units!\ States. We tuke I KKhulib/ pfd

fI, Mulll, Ow> V.n .., .. .. .?.,. 1100 Tai Y;,..r.",....................:_..... I III tlm tmiml training we have given Wit graduate and In the pronhr,
..,. .... Our U a delicately balanced society. The component pliers they hold) in the horticultural industry of our slate
adverll./a Mtwri aft ..."/.. u.. 7. .wtrvee the 5,51 .
\ ..._... of its strength are spiritual, moral and economic. Moral);,
enMc oar "Oj".hlo Wert hnSlfrulttire actually antedate the ewlllblhhl1lfli
75 A.wrht.d. t_ .M wdaa,..1' ..."iroti u tM ... tar ......,...1100 eaP .n .era the belief in freedom of thought and Graduate wwkin
our adherence to of, a depurate dnwrtinent. since the lint candidate, for 41 hfacta, iii
1 MEMBER 1'UE ASSOCIATED PRESS the beacon of for the world Spiritually
OF speech i II ono of hope Science/ with concentration In horticulture was so registered In iWti

ra.. AH.rll..d, ...WS ,..._......I.I...eleled''h''So.. .001..1..peps..",..t.'well th*.Io....U. tor AP re..all'.tto..5.... .,.........all. tMSeel the right w. give to al* men to worship Cod in the The first.M. S. dii>rc* for work In this fold Wlu given in HJ09 hilS 5 5Fawcrtt
\ .- manner that they choose i i. another manifestation of our : a man \IIln l > !Inter boeame+ the outstanding leader In If1It ,

ABOUT PEOPLE WHO ARE DOING THINGS strength Economically wo seek to maintain the balance of citrus disease! Stove his graduation, thirty-two men leave rwriv

between free adventuring of capital enterprise, the right the M S. ll..grce!' few horticultural study. and research, mid hat. {,_,
.. Richard Fay Warner'x daily news releases from Stu. Keep going I. honey_baby needs sunshine I and security of labor and the power of government' l largely into teaching, and research work\ in this atate sail ''II11...
lilt on \the MtilfishiriK( and' other catcher of the area are on _------ Junes Forrest*!. ..__,__ .....00......... .. .!..)? ._,...*.....,. .....Inl., ,! ... the. doff A!, the '_,.L'-.
L ""' ''''''', .n "no I\.w -.e ""'"lit
muling' good( retention This tn the. finest sort of publicityand .-====ooo.osa'oaos oaa a'moment'o' dl'paRmrnthave enjoyed the warm and close" eooprralkin nt th

is based on fact. The area wilt benefit greatly from There is not' any day of our, lives when. hurucultiirfats on tire stiff of tin Agrfcullural! Experiment Station, sic.
NEWS and COMMENTo nature i ill not producing scene after scene, picture after I the reseunh wmlro and facilities. of the Sutkm have! greatly nrrwdfn\
reason picture, glory after glory, and working still upon such available fur
the research
====loao..; _jope-'iJ: : _==ioc3oc: ==:locaoFRED I exquisite and constant principles of the most perfect beauty the type[ and few!K''I\.i the Master's degree. problems pumft hCttmlidjtrt

is heading the drive Inn year, with a $4,000 goal. The N. PALMER of Fulton N. Y. says that this i is that it is quite certain it is all done for us, and intended .

t i' club hopes to enlist at least 200 in its membership brackets his favorite joke: 'Silas Jones, a typical Yankee villager, for our pleasure. \\ith the exnanslnn of the research work carried on at the linnet
John'Ruskin, stations! there has been an invreaw <'> -and since these start at $5 there la no reason why everyone operated a general store Once when he asked lor'more branches have | I"g'.tuff,, of skilled research mm than the Mat
=:aoaoc:::::=ocao:: oaoc:::=:=olCloc:::=
interested in Member credit than usual the wholesale house sent ,
) should ,
'I sport fishing not join. a representative Station Sad 20( years ago. We are particuWly: Interested! today In Ity

ehipa*re'open not only to residents) but also to winter visitors to check up. Jones' methods of doing business puttied WITH THE OTHER EDITORS titutitHin at tho Citrus;' Experiment Station with tin 'tmrnendoiu es.

interested in helping the sport fishmt promotion, andthr i him, "Mr. Jones he said, "what percentage of profit OVOao= rwmion of wliii., h in the hit feIN years you are familiar In mine ilegiwI1io
amount you care to nubiKribe is left open[ to your own do! you pretend to make on goods sold?" After mom- ft)ird of. Omlml 1 his recently with the full approval ol DirwtnMiiwry
s MORE PRODUCTION NEEDED std \ ktMlirectur Camp, made it possible to utilize the <'<""iIIl>;,.
judgment. Mail your checks to drover; King at the Pelican nts pondering, Jones answered, "Young/ man, 1 don't Santa Rosa Calif.. Herald of the Citrus; Station mid Its staff for' uimiotioim) purpII" IK.

Hotel and a membership[ card will be issued to you know much about your perccntage-ot-profit business, 'bu'tI In the final analysis, the only real way to check, rtusiljk-' to have utiidmts, work exit the thesis research for the M S
promptly or you an drop b>' the News' office and Ernie figure that if I buy a horse whip for 60 cents and sell It the trend toward higher prices and to supply the needsof degree at tlw Citrus .Station,, where facilities for resrarch hi man
Lyons will be pleased tl*> issue a card A news item in today's -
issue for $1.50, I ain't losing a heck uf a lot of money," lie got Europe is through( more and more production of all kindsof are much snperinr td those available at CdinwailV
announces definite details on the drive.Cap'n he credit." roods and commodities-and efficient Utilization of Furthermore! a pUn h\ being worked out which will permit !gradualol

everything produced. And as members of the farm con the College of Agriculture with a horticulture mnjtx j and JfItt.iempru.b
FlajfK who han chosen! Star as hb i winter face the facts (1\, culture to Interne it Mn!. for a semester
ference resolved, the sooner we courageously citrus as or i
WE LIKE the told Ed Zern In to Tell
one by "How
home ban swell
slogan for the real communities of
a the lie Clint.. Station. This of enwricnce" in ,llIwst I.I I.
and as a united people take concerted action to meet year at ( period practical
Florida. It's "All Florida is not the Gold Coast" and woul/. Fish from Fishermen. According to Zero, a New
Yorker hunting for virgin Wilderness Issues confronting us, the sooner we can place our economyand I mn\em\ It""e. ptK'IhigliouMj' or procnting procedures slMMlld trout stream
to be
appear Jrandtheme for cooperative!' adverting \'nlhl'adJul1l't to the> sound in basic principles and ll.
that of western Europe back on an even keel a ) | training
by .g lI ch towns us Stuart, Melbourne, Vero Beach, Fort was running out of gas in the mountains When he limited. pmclKt hi OJ'l'ra'k'n.hich' are considered sound fj'J'atjonalII'Ol't'durC '
Iltrce' \ and CO 0111 100 more! fine small towns) scattered stopped rit a lonely little general store and ordered .
", through the State -' which are, after all, the real heart 15 gallom.) The storekeeper was greatly surprised WATER CONTROL NECESSARY ) !'
of Flurida A contributor in this week's issue, we hope over the big; order and it was an event of stellar Tallahassee Democrat llw way is now open fur a further step in 'hortlcullural:1'/ '' UI
Cap'n }keeps( it up-and in particular that he can find time magnitude When the New Yorker flashed a $10 bill. Gov Caldwell who'will go out of office in January, truinuij' It b a great pleasure\ to announce that )>y reason of (the

ii one of these days to contribute a piece to the News on thecatt'e "Stranger," said the storekeeper, going into the 1949, is not talking for "politics" when he continues. advocating same rff f<' coojwrutHMi| the PKD.: degree may be row olrt.imol i
: and stock industry possibilities of Martin County building and coming out with I jug and a rifle, "thin a sound system of water control in Florida. ImrtKHilture at (lie University of Florida The research program dour
a field i in which he is a nationally recognized) authority. calls for a celebration" The New Yorker tried to take It is important to all Florida to establish an adequate Agrlciiltiind) Experiment 'Slntions, has been greatly expanded +si
a drink of the horrible mountain dew but gigged and system] of water control. If the lowlands of South Floridaare recent years?, lad." lu tie fit Id'of citrus and In that of vegrtaliln

,; Among the finest events of the year just past was the spit if out, coughing, to look up and find the rifle flooded and crop losses follow the whole Mate suffers, There are at &kast A or 7 men worliiig in seth nf these' broad nrU
Art; how held at the Civic Center by the Fine Arts League ; trained on him "Now drink that, you citified so-and- The same Is true if people are made homeless by flood, or who. Are fully rjilulilied, to direct the research work of candidate t 'la
ti and.we hope! that thin fine organization will nee its way so before I dull! ya'!" warned the mountaineerandwith their income is diminisred by drought. (lie. doftdrute. i Many other universities In this cxxintry give the 111.D

fitr'anulher show' in mid-February during the height of great effort the Gotham ito managed to down a South Florida haa suffered probably $100,000,000 of degree ill. ImrtkHilture,' with a concentration hi vegetable crops, but nub
damage by" flood waters It might cost $100000,000 to our rual slots In citrus otters Ph.D. to Jmrtlcultunstmlinls
the tourist weaaou Many of our winter visitors! ) who were swallow "Good boy, said the! mountaineer handing grout prixluctlon a
establish adequate water control. This would mean a iwiuliHng hi tine citrus field. California has trained shuns
: hecetst> month said that it was one of the most interesting over the rifle "Now you make me take one. ,
things 'ever done in Stuart. safety valve in time of deficiency or excess of rainfall. It rewonh men fur her own service and for other subtropical comntrkt,

.. A GREY ghost t crab scuttled down the hallway the other would mean a stable economy. It's time for all section of and Florida will now lie able In do the same. Already we .have a yum

Praise should be given William V. and Grover King night in my home, a shadowy stranger which I suppose Florida to consider the importance and the wisdom of sucha man fnm India who plani to work for a Ph.D. In horticulture- !, "tpvcui'

of the... Pelican Hotel for the addition of the wellplannedr1atro. would have $given most folks the creeps--but my wife and program. Whoever ic elected to the legislature for the lying In citrus production

t the back of the building Within a walled court. I regarded it with aplomb. I did make several attempts next.Hcssion should have a tttrong water control plank in raclliiKi and staff at 0111" Citrus,Experiment Station are <<1""
,yard, shuffleboard courts and.a game room have been in- to catch it, but the rascal was too swift for me, so ye just his' platform. : devthiped;' (lint/ a candidate for the doctorate may carry on twarck iii
stallcd-and it adds much to the resort hotel atmosphere M It stay _. -- any one of time, seMriite areas: citrus )production, citrus fruit! huiidliuf,

iI NO PARAOOi------- IV 1IInlll .nn..m....... _....... "..he extendve "_'I" 'W'Irn-Ial"__ _p..v._.. St... the. Struts:
C. H McQuade deserves much credit for hH single-!! WE HAVE become inured to( this and other strange Bradenton Herald e as well i as the tlxwsaiidj) of acres of commercial plantings within sfew
A J handed drive to establish a local chapter[ of the United I visitors Under our roof, like tree snails, wasp eggs Some Florida cities, eyeing the annual Miami Beach nnUi, of lie !Stall-in std available for ronpc1'ativearch we to-

Commercial Travelers fraternal group here This la a hatching in jars, bottles full of pollywogs and minnows gold rush, have yearned to reach the name proportions' as pillier( whir tIe tplvmlid lilwary and (aWatoiy facilities of the Stulmvifforcl \
email community in which there were already two active and one very small and very Hour leather. a mecca of sunshine followers. It is true, the two cities ) ample scope fur inearth In citrus pmKrtion The new nvtranli

111f. civic )luncheon clubs and half a dozen fraternal groups,'I Shelled turtle. They are just signs of a small boy reap a huge dollar harvest! !, but a glance through Miami 'lat.klt+g.ImuneV;, at the Citrus; Sl...li(.., together' with the gunttilirary '
and the odds were against him when he began organization growing UI). newspapers will show the blessing is not totally unmixed. wd tulxiraliiry facilities, assures proper opportunity fur da
ot the unit of the nationally-known and active U.C.T. here. eMY As.tourists maneuver for apartments Miami. business ,tents to curry on advanced research' in the handling of lulu IniK to
Cat McQuade took up the gage-and today, an evidencedby BOY loves to fish in the river close to shore with a men are being warned that bad check artists and counter- l.ct .. And the excellent new building fur research In pro:
its tremenduously( successful New Year's Eve banquet cane pole, and catches a miscellaneous assortment! of eels felting rings are also preparingto set up shop. Gambling ceding prohknna elf citrus mils, together with' the big mynewirial!
at Stuart Hotel, the local U.C.T. chapter ill now one of the catfish, small mangrove snappers and an occasional Btlngarec has reached such an unhealthy stage that the Miami police WK'euIng )Masts located ki Polk and adjacent countui, alter/ unrlxalli",
stroJdfreKt) organizations in the city, standing ready and an. My only regret is that-instead: of the beautiful force in being blown asunder by an investigation of a purported nf thesis rnoonh! In this Important citrus field.

:Jcioint to do its bit for the area'H growth Our hat's off to clear i ivcr! which 1 enjoyed In Stuart as a boy his herit- tie-up between certain police officials and gamblers.The On (be' vegetable: crop side, there Is new processing lahnraturt

Mad for doing a good job McQuade also has a publicity age is a muddy. and polluted stream, desecrated! and ruined.. advertising blimps are in Miami Beach,for the nearly complrled at the Main Station at Painnvillet\ and both there I
J lt* on which he deserves* full cooperation : to assemble Winter season, but so' are groups of assorted thugs, holdup and) at Bnulmlon lire fields and laboratories for research in product!

a moving [picture of local sport fishing and show it personally WHEN I wan his age, y6u Could see bottom all along men and other citizens willing,to experiment with almost of vegUables, Mmlkm may aim be nude of the fact that this year ,M

on a tour of the mid.West thin summer Our. bet the piers. Big striped oheepshead: lazed around the any type of crime.. the first time It Is prwlble to offer undergraduate" courses In the procuring
IK he'll) do it up brown. piling. Loggerheads blew in the river right here in Smaller cities are pretty dull by comparison, but there of fruits and vegetables, to that there can be a "Jbafa f"
front of the town of Stuart. Is compensation in being certain that the tourist
It was a wonderful thing you speakto wink .u!> the) graduate kvel
Have you been down In the Kobe Sound area recently? and it M a sad thing to think that we have destroyed it. on the street isn't a pillar in the underworld batk home.
Trailer camps and cottage courts are on the The various phy.. springing up O.oaoeOaOL:: ::::: O
highway ,like mushrooms, and the area where the island INSTEAD of this thing of ooze and corruption which id a Ot--o O fat i use ,I, research, liv camlklutes for a Phi 'would be (if small vaji. .

I road bisects the federal highway I in burgeoning with called the St. LucieRiver, today the stream of 35 years COME ON-LET'S) LAUGH without properly trained" and experkmoed research men h> direct the

j growth, Another rapidly, growing section of Martin ago was alive and beautiful, with clear sandy bottom .ao oaoc=='oao..eaor.o: work. We con take pride In the calmly of the research workers) In.notutm
(;unty is at the extreme south portion beyond the State the sort of river where little ripples danced over the shallow PERPETUAL HOLIDAYThe $ + stuffs, And the fact; that they are busy with Investigation ofmililitru
x" Park at Camp Murphy and adjoining the It had clean fannortunt in the citrui arid vegetable industries mulct I
Jupiter area. a salty smell, and it was an) adventure 'famous psychologist had just delivered ,
r Here, too, trailer and cottage courts are being built. to go out upon it The St. Lucie at Stuart today is brown, Interesting" lecture. and was now 'conducting/ a question a most fat p'5i1.1t1lnr their thesis doctoral rewnrch: candkUtn too" to select genuinely practical: problro-

I muddy, offensive ; nothing like what it 'used to be. ession. ,

The "Big BarrelP which stands outside Clay Folsom'a "I A timid little man down, front held up hs( hand, and I have itrevied. mainly- the twearch facilities of| the Agriciiltiirafxperim
.. new soda fountain and gift shop on the highway at Hobe AND if the United States government keeps on using was recognized. : !ut Stations, becauso these' are exactly the facilities wbfch tie

I\ Sound has tradition and sentiment behind it. For nearly St. Lucie Canal to drain Lake Okeechobee, all, that "Doctor," he said most respectfully "did I 'under. Department of HortKulture' the College of Agriculture does wit
t 15/ years it was a fixture inside "The Thirst Station" at the children of 1968: will have as their heritage will stand you to say that a good poker player could Buecess-I have in .ninount siiflirient to permit work on the doctoral level But athav'the

Okeechobee Road and Florida Avenue in West Palm lie. a drainage Canaf running between mud fiats, fully handle any sort of executive job?" I teaching retmjrws of all the other agricultural depwtmfnti
;Teach, and Folsom !sold thousands of e -. of the
gallons of to
root beer College1 -
supplement our own In the courses topre
"That's exactly what I said, was the confident reply necessary
from it during The prohibition era when root beer ALL THIS comes from a man foe advanced research I
was quite visualizing the river as "an asset. "Tell me, Doctor" asked the "what pare In horticulture and this. combii
t"t the thing. Now he has put it in front of his We just weren't man, would s with the research
t for satisfied and
) new place to realize that it was one of good poker player want with jobf"-Eotary men facilities of the Stations makes powiW"his
"s sentimental r canons( -and installed two tjtigoitf dispensing God great gifts to us in Its pristine and natural form but Berkeley, California. Revolutions, latest advance. In the training nf men for. horticultural' service .hlorida
t tree ice water to the passerby : had to go about "improving it," All the navigation and APOLOGYOne ,

""f /erntsh4'hasorj'a I commerce of a hundred yean could not repay us for what 'of the'neatest parliamentary apologies JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIUUIIIIIIIIIIIIinill Illlitlmg
We see where Tiew U rising we lost when St Lucie Canal we have lnuuuluitoi
I garage was dug, And
on that
'" top ever heard, of that of irate
at the corner of Fourth Street and the federal highway; we have been so senseless as to dump our trash and am member of the House THIS WEEK'S POEM :
sewage, d Parliament who described another "not
Russell a* having
Wiley's new business la into the even
building well underway stream We should hang our heads in shame. ;
the manners of At the of
a pig "Withdraw
cry I" he
on Fourth Street dido
diagonally across from the A & P. Jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiitiiiiiiiinuntiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii '
t. Arthur Pehon'a fine new addition ia progressing( and it E.L. saying "I withdraw and apologize, and beg to nay that iiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiimiiiiiNiil

I won't be long until the Citizens Bank addition will call for THE KING COULD DISH IT OUT the honorable member has the manners of a pig."-The ALADDIN i

f A "Grand Opening" The face of the post office building The late Cablegram. When 1 was a beggarly boy
George ot
King V
,lot f' IH being "liftel' in a tine modernizing Job; "Red" Williams sense of humor as revealed in thia England incident. had a uprltely OPPORTUNIST And lived in a cellar damp, we
new. Rexall store modernization is first.rate; and Mr. and Harry Lauder { I had not a friend nor a _
k Mrs. Ralph Daniel have made their place in the office was giving\ a performance at the Palace "As loon as I rallied it was a crooked\ business, I got .But I had toy, *
post Aladdin1
i Theater In London. The comedian after finishing a chat out of It." lamp-. _?
roomier and modern. These folks are doing things; with his majesty who had When I could not sleep for the cold .
summoned him ,
the "How
to >
let royal inuch-The Scandal sheet Graham Texas;
the rest of follow! r
suit and ,
Sjtoart. us there'll be no stopping box between acts encountered an old friend, George Ash- I had fire enough in my brain. .'

I ton, in the corridor, After exchanging a few "amenities. OUT OF BOUNDS "" And builded with roofs of gold i1My :

I IT COStS US $50,000,000 A YEAR Lauder and shout proceeded"Well down the hall, pausing only to look back Diner, beckoning waiter "1& it raining outside.. + .. beautiful castles Ju Spain I f
Our owe/ Herman Smith clipped out the story from you I I" George-and good luck'to Waiter: "Sorry, air, but this is not my table.-, .. The Since then t have toiled
: Washington which told how Prairie Flower Mlnot, North Dakota day and night, .
the Government The
Printing Of : next Instant George emerged from his I have money and '
I face turns out about 10 carloads of paper a day In. such Into the corndor and with a grin on his face, called but NFIATION HELPER Bud I'd give all my "power lamps of rood silver store bright d

printed matter, among bthers, as booklets entitled "Studies And good.night and good ''luck to you, Harry I" For the one that I Is mine
j Lady "How much those no more;
on the> Utilization of Swordfish Liven" and "Annotated, Lauder WM overcome with confusion( at the awful are ?. Take Fortune, whatever
I":: Checklist and Key to the Snakes of Mexico." thought that he might be suspected of Grocer) "Thirty-five a pound, ma'am., You you choose
taking liberties and
J U. S, with the Lady) "Did you raise them yourself," may snatch again;
foot the
taxpayers' bill about $110,000,000 a King-Emperor and stood riveted to the I have
spot, but nothing twoiild
Grocer ''Ye,they 30 pain me to lose
King were cent "
year George went off laughing heartily a pound yesterday
at his For I
Own Joke, own no more castles
-Tl1.. Gear ID Spain.
.Harold Gateway Laredo Vegas;
Heifer Jn
Xours.Life; Jame. Russell Lowell,
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4 art NEWS of gardening and canning STATE LIVESTOCK Week's LegalInstruments. .saris S. :: '

equipment given by Miss ty MARKETS IN '47' J Lots llokurd, B.H ; 1 1llili; \

ie e fatal City Home Demon. LttcUa Inscoe Horn Demonstra- ny"Os. elm,,. T | .
Club met Monday, Jar.Mrs. \. 1' Jacksonville, Fl*.. Dee, 28. :-1' '; '
ma lion Agent for Martin County, (.... ( J ,
"Figure just consolidated In
melnauertt my (
Clarence She stressed production of food PARTIAL KELBASI FIOM MOHTCACtHwlMl
o'clock. Mr. Henry office reveal that livestock sales S. oltk, to drift H.I ""*. .
2 f s. )
e Conservation, chair- and distributed Chart* with Sr.t.A on three State-operated markets I St. Lwtfe 0...,. B.... M Mirtll Cm*!*. !k'ttII... =: ,
s, rood Information tor January 1t ,
pertinent '
leader for the after. bar* increased: tremendously ,ArrioAvrr C. H. .
vu j I
planting. The Qarde lInlChairman' X. H. .
during the last calendar lie R.tM.6 'II! M Stmrl.Btrtk .
report showed an, and 1 believe i It ls year'l .* .. .....Ia_ la T*. Pubis HwwM : ; 1
!Impressive number! ot Palm City c....*. O. IUlM t4 TIM ttebHi. lurid. t' i
assume that similar gains have 11._ Park CMipnr to n. fllMfe.i.rrr ,, !] .
women already have gardens and S. H.I_ TIM Punta, ,
M pi
been other ....
by our markets -
.. Tr.
I .Ue.A.
i TW
SA6 this Experiment Station bulletin E. J Rlmta \i i
AbS and by Independent mar M. VnkU U Taw '."1,". ,
for South' Florida wu welcome I P. CAtIl/ B.fc.. to llw Push.Tbwgre Ia. 1'f "
kets, said W L Wtuon Director Tbs PvUta... .
1. Bfcr U
to them aIL of State Markets, in lummarclng WARRANTY ,..... P.A' .. i", :

Ice cream and cake with coffee- operations during the last snb.re 'ta.... ..... en4 n.b.e can :.-. tit. Ai.. ;
served by the .hostesses, Mlai' air year throughout the sales Lenten -I ....p t. R.4l e..rk.wall. W.. .
.. .... .k. M Bl:.. W. ,J
Viola Kreider and Mr*. Leona In the organization under ........ 8chw.t.r K>K.iial._ N 8.._ .._e. ''
w.,A his P.prtb., IM.Tb. S ;
Smith were enjoyed by Mr*. w "Our Arcadia State Livestock ..p5Nk MM Arrh salt; red Jos.A. ;j 'r I

rRACTS Allot Cad well, Mrs MargaretVan Market during the calendar year I. F..... M LID,. D. HrI.Ch. Uwtt. I!
I H. Rowe .. o. ti Joka. a. R.ww H:
TAR D TIT,& Meat, Mn Roy Lane, Mr. just closing has handled a dol- Aura ".. I
seer 16ATIONSE. i Mary Porter Mri. Alice Mallery, ar-volume totaling 810JM35, ''r.na (:" : emir. wi* of l to Mm Cllhorl. .. ,
Mr. : T. 1. Dr.li. M W1:. V.a I_ '.dW "
ROWS Margaret Burchard, Mrs a* compared with |53O196t in ...
1 M CareH; t'
Tina NSUTANCIFL Pauline\ Crew*. Mrs. Mabel I 1940. That Us a nice lain. Part R W I ,B A Mel-hm.o.Murpbr .* lu W U *itk.- Mornkr.Ou Joko U. : fl"fl"I !
RIDAASST Crews, Mrs. May Wallace Mr. of it Is o( course indicative of >m H, tvlkf,' *> UlllWMI. rMkk. Pierce :: !
r. J. OUlM' et M" re.A T i ,
hoes Mrs. Mabel Witham Mrs Increased price paid for cattle
CT CO. EvabelW Felnauer, Mrs. Wallace and hogs, but I believe final figures W. A.Pw; ..... b ........ More.Job. CII",11.., : l' I.. '
.. S. rteh..hm .. .e Ie Chaco; ass. _. _
Stems MlM Lucile Inscoe Home which art not yet in hand .. Na... r I
JIM I. ,NNEO, ?. Duuiohfclratlon Agent, and Mrs Mr*. Kobcnu Bctkix (Ifft). 27 mho Mil Virginia Beilner (right), will reveal a substantial Increase ,..,,101 c..sontk.C. ..r.e..e. .. cue_, ft III:!
STUAR l.ORlDA Lucy Van Frank who II I visiting 30, closures who are married to bnitlicrl Arthur II.Ml Kenneth Beckner.reipcttively In the actual number of animals. B. 11.-Le. Ie S I'.rlieo I.. dI

Mlaj Viola Kreider are in White Memorial Hospital ut Los Angrlef with sold. 3,55 W., etok.. te J..... R. IMku ... I ., 'I 1.

-'---- Ubiei born throe Itnur apart Mr). ,Aitlnir Botlncf\ gave birth to a "Similar! increase have been "..n.L-...".:".rib.. lkwlge.r.unMho.!' Ce..pm) k 'orter I ''t
scored the DeFunlak ... .. .. .
by Springs A. A
Sandra, and a inn, DcWRyne, wu born to Mrs Kennethlimner. State Livestock Market, which ..b... 0......._ Co..WP. Ncln.n .

I I It was the first child for each slater: The lame doctor sold cattle and hog valued at r..",...:.. 0..10.w. C..b.... C-.. ...." toW Paint & I I 'E
Dn Harry ... ..... Eodf Shop
Sememes drhveifed bubw III. A. c.
both [
$3240446.12 this calendar year! U !
______ ladlaatow. Dtwb.>....fit. eo....... Nch.
compared with $238,985.32 for ..,.. I. CI.u.I. 'f''f'I'
.......... .. ...,
1946, and the Jay State LivestockMarket 0.r."Ui"" roepne c-. Hr.WA (Over AV& P, 2ndFloor)
o teopathic Physician New Jerseyites Starling New with 1587,,409.M this year ...,"'...... 0..10.,... C..wmw; .hBerl UPHOLSTERING
and 1309,181.23\ in the 12 month r/khe./ SPECIAUZIISp IN
Ann nce* the Opening of if*. OfficeIn of 1148.- 1..10..c......... IN.Hirrte.Oolll .........., c:......, 4 Auto Paintilg Mltal Work

Room 14 Trailer City at Hobe SoundA These figures give the three INN..... o..ot. C..Nny to Custom-made Slii Covers I Sport Tops

market' a gross total of 1702. 1.41n.obe.... 0.8h...n.IL........ C..pra Ie I >>
210.13 In n47, and M.070.68224 MM Littleton.fi .
Viqtory Hotel Arcade ....... '
idea for 1848 a dollar lain of J63I527 ,- Crap c 10 tln..ee er4
In trailer Ire.
parks .tin.
unique BEANS, TOMATOESTOP .... .. .
89. .
Florid Phone 355 his C ,D A. t"* BVBMMM PrvpvrttaNU r
uart, where each trallerlta owns MARKET SALES le.MJ .
own lot and a small utility house T. J.M C W, ere C. A. Moron
I .Is the fed RADINSKY TALKEDON 0...... W, Gw.A 1. Alb.eAn. G..... lEJ WAX ll
being promoted on Jan 8 Beam .. Grs..A M I. ReaN EoIo'' CLINTO !
1- highway at Hobe Sound by PROCESSINGOF 0..1. D. ....11I1.. .. s to .......
Mr. and Mrs Frank Dunn of As* held the Yolume-spotllght on ev-- FOODSTUFFSAn eh.n. '
DANIEL'S looker. C.eet..y A..aktkn.. ie tlardfnnt FOR YOUR CAR -| IT / PRAYED ON.
I bury Park, N. J, and Mr and eral State-operated markets during V. Ynnr I'i I,
DRUGS, SUNDRIES// COSMETICS Mrs. Frank Weeks and ion of the last week, with' hear' informative talk on various JnplM, .,.Goo, .....1......, ,. Enter all crack and treviles last longer, ,

\ / HackeWck! ? N, I, shipments of tomatoes from Fort processes of food preserva t.e. GULF P. OUUCTS
an Their development "$ud'kSaneS Pierce, and Increasing, olfertngi I, don and the advantages proven QUITCLAIMS' GUtFlix '
5, 5th.. BUt. Land end Timbrr C"r TIRE REPAIRS. LUBRICATION
AT Trailer U 20- of itrawberrlei at Plant Cite,
Village a science
by of by
preservation ...
.10. U Rat K. H u-k
OUR MODERN SdDA FOUNTAIN acre plot with BOO feet of highway adding splashes or color, varlet, freezing was given by Ed Radinsky Cturln ale._.. .. B.rtfe. .- Ei.mr' We Call Foi Jd Deliver

We Htndle Sw/t'e Ice CreamPANIEL'S frontage which they are and profit for producer, according -, of Fort Pierce at a recent IU.... .*"'?. I.......,.rt.i to HmrtliCramr Station
subdividing In small lots which to report received at' the weekly noon meeting of Rotary. Stuart Service
week-end In Jacksonville offices I.... A CY.p.iks! 11 Hirtln County
will be sold to trailer owners. I Using the freezing plant at
..... .
Crew E V. to W I Wh' .JrtII
Each lot will hate -utility of William U Wilson, director Fort Pierce with which he it con- 4. Vxku M W K. Yoh_. Opp. Stuart New I/ Tel 9144
house" on It which will have a of State Market. nected as his principal source ........n-t V. Pklllipi, to.W. E wb.. ..lee' WALTER GjjREIN, Prop.
N UI H MfPkwMM ( Hi M W K
.0. Arcade Stuart Fla. shower, toilet hand basin and I The new year via marked or I tog explanations Radinsky 1 Wh..IoA. ,
the Fort Pierce State Farmer'i w. k W1I.....,. i
laundry Incorporated services I brought Ollt'that luch plants Ion P's. a .. -- -
which are usually supplied by Market by the initial hanrestlni- : have unlimited possibilities anda C..E.L Cbrl.Moo............wt.. ..M.W.. E.M wus.k.w. W. E l
community bath, and laundry of tomatoes from plantings formidwinter wide scope of facilities it can Who'... .
houses. Roads are now being production. t T hi II;t Offer the public, They are operated FM. *sn.o Arboir*.l.,io b BMcm cons.tInvMlMMII 'c..nte.c. Pnpeetl BulovaWatches/
laid out, some 30 Iota have been movement U off to a soot and governed by dentine I M..
Your idle 4 houses aUrt. Market Manager M X:. .ta....,. 11..1' Iko1e.. ., C.eppu J
and .
subdivided utility rules which show a definite r.. .
money built William reported at the'end 01 r preference for preservation of .'_' ry.nnA bC......, ,M 11.- International 1 Sterling

"So mad.trallerite are building the week. Shipment ihoulc I food stuffs by cold freezing Cords. tin H. t)1""i.'i'u. r... I XKcHIniBilbM Art Carved
: cabana: addition to their, continua well) into February. Radinsky said as he explainedthe ..4 W_..... W ErlMt: I. 110 Keepsake andjWdbdi
earn lies that home ownership is now from these plantings., principal assets of the .*... Diamonds add Wedding Rings
a factor,he declared. Dunn has Demand ha been good durlni I method. MORTGAGE
,- trailer the Jut week wltH Ci market the, 'o ..1000d.... Flftl .ooIt.aI, ...1..
been a Martin County In food preservation,
red J..e A............. C. E/WALKER/
in strength Thi &
showing a gain !
guest for the past several years speaker said, the quicker the t'rl O KM.II M etC. '
auction handled 18.000 Sell I work Is accomplished the better N. H. ti'lmm, n 111 U Cltl\ <... ems.
.. .
crate in on* three-day petrol(I J e/w e l COSCEOLA r s
REPUBLICANS: TO in order that the entymesand Clad P. RI. Ie c. >. AtM....
during the week. Prices ranger I vitamins may be protectedas H.rten C. ...... to MI W clung AVE. J I STUART
AT MIAMI ......
MEET frqrn $3 to $920 on the For Bank rf II. .
Alnum"L well a* the true food value .. .
I' C. W. JANUARY 8th Pierce auction, mOlt of the offerIngs In such plants with their quick
mod,..,. moved at $4.SO to $5.50. deep-freezing! this. work can be -

Ir 0d Miami. Jan. 8, Republican Grower in that area have about done quicker and more effectively FOR
savings leaders from K South Florida completed planting Spring to- than by any other method
Acco nts counties are hosts here today toBen matoea:and report field in good known he said He cited meat QUICK AND DEPENDABLE SERVICED

Whltehurst staff memberof condition the market manager ail an example which he said '
The Federal San nigs and Loan Insurance Corpora. the OOP national committee itated Importance of shipments can be kept for months In perfect Phone 261 '
insures Indhnd "' ual acCo rote to $5,000. Husband who will\ make a public addresson from the Fort pierce market wu condition\ if not improved by

wife may hay i total of 6,000, fully insured. the Taft-Hartley bill considered emphasised: by a luminary show the ,deep quick freeze although VOLLRATH THE PLUMBER +,
First Federal e, ''ings aecoi&ts are legal investments the most Important single Ing the handling of 150,000 buah-.' not by slow freezing The quick

Trust Funds ri well as Find* held by Guardians, measure enacted by the Ttth ell of tomatoes and mixed produce freezing. accomplished Rad- WE ARE EQUIPPED TO HAfiDLE ANY SIZE JOB I
thus far since opening
Congress insky' plant by placing it in a
dminiatratora a d Executor* A well-known magailne writer, the fall season. wind tunnel the temperature of NO JOB TOO LARGE i MO JOB TOO SMALL

fCallorWte author of "Dear Mr. President which is maintained at 40 degrees ESTIMATES SUBMITTED '
and for five years a dally radio SCIENCE SHOW I'LANNED'Tampa. below' sera '
news commentator. Whlteburstis Jan. e.-Miracles that He told the "regrettable'' fact SERVICE
now director of the speakers u electrical science will Introduceinto that Florida has been and Is the VOLLRATH PLUMBING
FIRSf FEDERAL bureau of the Republican national industrial plants and homes nation's slowest State in making
committee. throughout the world in the progress in this line of preservation 311 AKRON AVE. f I STUART, FLA.THERE'S 1

Saving and loan Association Arrangements' for Whltehunt's near future will be portrayed at with only nine plants established -
appearance In Miami were made the Florida Electrical Exposition, so far Other States have ---

i>f Indian River Aunty with the national committee by featured exhibitions at the State as many as 500 he said, despitethe -I-- ,
C. C. Spades of St. Augustine, fair here Feb. 3 to 14, it wa announced Industry relative young age
:RO BEACH FL RlDA I chairman of the Florida State today. ) of it years
12-20th StrSet Dial 2137 Republican executive committee
and Wesley E. Garrison, Republican In Bayfront Park or the Audi (BAYINGS BONDS SOLD

R. |Sedgwlek| Secretar Treasurer State committeeman. from torium of the Ada Merritt Junior The U. S.saving bond division A .
Member F dens, Home Loajr; B..&k and Federal Dade County. High' School. depending\ on of the Treasury Department reports
The OOP official's speech on $23,,Ml wen devoted to B
Sap and Loan Insurarf e Corp. the bill! which may become the It will be open to the public. F and 0 bond In Martin County ,
Current! d idend rate, leading issue of the IMS presidential Whltehurst has been with the during November 1947. Of ,
race, will tw made eitherWATER OOP national organization since this total 81,181-wu put Into E:
mo when his political article
-- State total for }
bonds only. The
led to his
in leading magazines
14,394,304 of GREATvFUTUREFORArOUVnd
November wu
his work In
employment, After
into K:
which $3508,363 was put
of that
the wukie campaign ? .
ve.... Whltehurst wrote.. speeches bonds only. ___ I
and"publicity for the national

committee again in the Dewey ,
r campaign of 1844. When the I\\

Hard Reid Corrosive committee wa placed on active / }
year-round basis following the
election that year, Chairman' your
For Expert! ult Herbert Browne employed'
\ Whltehunt to head the speakers'bureau. '
KITH a I. During the 1>M Congressional if yfi] save not* for the com- .

D. Fl campaign which resulted ,
i building
In Republican regaining new ;:? : fo/ts 'the conveniences and
PORT PILYCE, FLORIDA control of both houses of Congress ho ,'B. HIRE ofF t
that bureau lined up na
tionally-known apeakers for 485 O R CORNERSTONUi tie business opportunities "l
EAS COAST WATK CONDITIONING CO. political rallies In 38 state "
WhtUhurst Is also expected to ;GOOD

MO PHONE 884 or 532-W make two other addresses luring LArA 4 I fiat will be available in the ,
SOU 4th $T.; I \ his stay in Mlsrnl. both to Ke- > GOOD i '

pubilcan oraanlJat.lOfllJ PEA S, GOOD
fears to come ,
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We Guar ntee Y\|ur Satisfaction

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of Lehrer playing a sail on hit preme Court Justice Cortland A. got off the Hi-Hook at the tight-' mounted by W company last LIVESTOCK INDU31KI snows. pal tnu amOUaI

Sailfish Club Launches Drive and took a series\ of camera shot Johnson of New York at the Sunrise .. house dock was ""terrific TwO I year Sailfish! ar easily the most GAINS TO BE SHOWN been offered In cross brett t

salmon casting rod. Inn the other night. Judge I I of ths sail were released, but I' popular mount, next come dolphin e* where there i* omw,
Ctialtaiif d (from yoff One) Mn tehrer took fishing honors Johnson sit In the 1st Judicial I I the third, a small one, 4 feet, f I ) and barracuda. Barracuda Tampa Jan. I.-Progress madeIn .Future Farmer win hi,

last week when she struck District which takes In Brooklynand I inches Is being mounted [ Florida's livestock industry special class .and COlt iei .
The Miss Florida Of r the Toley "X wish my Mends back home and boated a 34-pound amberJack Long Island Since we chance to be speaking are particularly easy to mount. i both beef and dairy cattle will exceed halt hundret u-

fleet, Captain Spencer, Burdge. In Ohio'could see me now,"'said "Of course I like Stuart," said about the Hi-Hook, the mate light iridescent fish an African be reflected In the annual Stats here' division General |It

had two visitors frolrj Haflan,I Welton "but this Jj' the .way I t sow Dr Samuel' Ash of Newark the Justice "or I wouldn't be aboard that charter boat U Bob pompano for example, are exceedingly Fair Livestock when exposition the biggest Manag jmrisdet j

lAd Ky.. fishing last week the Rev like to dress and that' why t Ilk' N. J.. for a few minutes one here and wouldn't keep coming Stahl, We warn those* on the difficult Pflueger aid Feb. S to 14.the richest premiumsever reports 441

Thomas Boring and Lee Surf an, 'this place"' evening at the Pelican. He' the back here You couldnt have a I cheerful assumption anybodyother he had perfected: a technique show held wltH In Florida will be madea award have also! Ixv! nlt.
GUI man who thus lead bettor combination for all kinds' 1 than our friend and !fish cattle breeds
far the dairy
Mr Boring raiia&toionnrt with Mr and Mrs Charles Verga whereby a fish could be mount d feature exhibition .
a tail, but did hook Into\ 3-foot 'of N.' tournament> for the heaviest of fishing. with two rivers coming ing Wizard Bill Mitchell U' read- of five /
a Raymond, H; Mr and Mm but reason of Prize money In each
together to form tog this) to skip the next In eight days by
tall, caught aboard the Neoga the mouth para The All- Amertcui
hark and also brought in a dot- Bill! Larson of Crown Point, Ind. breeds. Brahman, Hereford! to
Dal* of the St. Lucle, 'and with the graph if they are solely Interested the orders ahead it re-
en Spanish mackerel: BvirganKnt and Arthur Sack or Pittsburgh, Cap /Noyes weight (4 many Aberdeen Angus and Short conference drew I, ,4$
himself!! a 7-foot jail!, plus a Pa, have all been a t the Inlet -rounds Oulf Rho' Stream. only a few miles cff-,, In salt water fishing ..But.ple.III quire !about two month for delivery horn will amount to $1,780 providing during Its second i 1.* 8UG
25-cound wahao with some fishing. which would appear to "this: ," said Dr. \Nash, 'Is the !, permit us a bit of nostal- About BOO boneflsh/ were there I Is competition in proKlmately! 1(30000, 1Ie

mackerel tossed be place to R Judge Johnson has Kla .......... ..
witbfacil Spanish in I perking up despite th? heavy come you want to, caught I mounted in iDiTPfluger each tne new .premium ROOK" '10.
Antlers out from Payette'(I flow of fresh water, have t good time to forget,your sails, many of them, and recalls Stahl tie streamer flies, specialising drove -
"FlshnhoT have been doing wllIby i The fishing Lehrens. Mr and troubles to relax and to fish. You one day some year ago when in pattern for' land- and party then
ibip themselves lately Just to list I,Mrs. Herman Lehrer of New York know I like to fish the boat he was on had.13. This lockNi: salmon caught lit the far I off in a huge station wagon with BABrS FIRST SHOES .

a- a few Mr and Mrs Jack Weltonof City. have been' going out steadlh Capt Noyei had out Mr. and year, alas, all that .he saw when North Maine area Actually, two sailfish, caught: by non-ex n.... .... M_'" -
Lake Muiton Ohio came in I with Capt. A. A Whlticar Mrs Bans tlebllch of the Park he went offshore was a flying these streamer could be and pert anglerS, in fact the "first" ,........ A'" ""r j'
with 195 pou'lid.i 1)1! Spanish' aboard the Gannet Curt Whltl- Central Hotel. New York City fish Judge Johnson lost his left often are, used for large native .
mackerel and have been gettingsea car one at the sans and skipper and thy certainly ran Into a arm in World war I and, as he trout and fresh run Atlantic salmon -j sails for the non-expert angler, 0.sIl.
trout and channel bass rightalong. I pf the Gulf Stream, got alongside school of Spanish mackerel. said It handicaps him a trifle, Stab Is at Moose Campin packed In the baggage: compartment ,...:

t- :his fatheri boat the other day Capt. Noye says they boated 110 but only a trine and It ha not Qulmby, Me, summers, and reroute to' the Pflueger '- '
______ __ ___.. ... the 500 flies he ha here will be 0Ih. -
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in addition to < blues and Jl enthusiasm for fishing factory. Pu '
Jacks ranging from 1 to 8 P0U505.Charles shorn at the annual.portaman'*I Chartet boat 'art! advised -I SANTO'SANTIQUE. '
\ show In New York City this winter 'I
.Anstedt of York, Pa; Neal '
Highest Cash Your Car Bishop, president of the The hooks and the feathersare that the supply of bronze
Fpr wanted a sailfish, but what he Stuart Salinsh Club. being the SHCf
far too d'llcate to make the bronze
: .all&1button.a NOT I
got and kept hooked Into for over kind of sportsman he Is. will for I
\ WON'T TAKE FJVE MINUTES two steady hours was a 10-foot give u* if we first in a few streamers at all serviceable here I pins) haj been temporarily exI Majestic, Apartment! ,' .
gray shark, when hj went out ketches of club officers They are beautifully tied though Oil Paintings Restored 1 ( .t: I
poundout I hausted. A new supply /has b-en I
We can the O. P. f. limit for and In their varied color patterns Artists 4
pay :you your car which with Captain Johnson Whltlearo a couple of paragraph abovt 1 ordered and delivery Is expectedIn

!i. at muck *| you cs get anywhere and the Blue Water It was Mr. the man who rally count to lovely. Tragedy to look! Capt.at. Victor P. Lance a few weeks It would be appreciated Broken .China and Brlc- rae 41
Anstedt first offshore fishing the angler weighing in a I if Inform WIn- Mended -.
prize captains
\STAV) WITHJN THE LAW trip Johnson lays the way the Ash-Johnny Mann, Fire Chief 'of the charter boat Moja told u* ners of bronze button that theirawards Mr. Nellie Prtionl 0jiuan rI 4'Ser
f M SImmons of the Concrete
!fish\ acted they thought It was and custodian of the Fire House .
their certificates
SUNRISE MOTOR CO. Mix Company N. C. with whomhe along with ::.=--:. -::- -
a big tuna. The Blue! Waters, scales. will be mailed them
cut In the Gulf, wound up nearly, has been fishing, wanted to .
\ 311-23 louth Dixie 11,1 unnecessary and super become t member of and make a Martin Cosjty"
1.d 1. opposite Fort Pierce by the time r
Fort Pierce Fl\ fluous, we know to try and tell contribution to the Stuart Sailfish -' LIVESTOCK CENTERS I5AVW I-
Telephone the shark In
| 190 was Anally done < I rHONE 14 5I
Earlier in the week The Blue Stuart resident* anything about Club. Just drop In and see $129,5'1 BUSINESSES

Waters took Dr. A. C. Relger and Johnny Mann, but on the chance him at the St. Lucle Hotel this 1m I fIII.Iflc -
5. -- --- -- -------- i "" "", II" n' ..n.... um. N.... Vn. some of our visitors may be reading evenlni" said Cantata Lance.' Jacksonville, Jan. 8.*. Despite ...._&.. I Ill IlllJIJ u iti 'ILL
\11;, ick this, well take a' shot at It. We did, receipt book andmm., the fact that tales on several *
bottom fishing and came lUtE/ ( lllli'W
(We do know one visitor who I market veer, canceled ,during
"DINEVJ DANCE" loaded with trout lane snapperl bershlp card in hand, only to be u _,
I grouper and heepshead 'noted last week column. When I told by Paul lord, the new proprietor : the holiday State-operated' and
Five sails were accounted for ws were in the Pelican the other : that Simmons had un Independent livestock tale centers I THURSDAY ONL 4ANS 8_, OUBLE EEATtj,

'I'SEYMO. aboard the Gulf Stream Capt. even Charles Cole-he'* the man 'expectedly left for Palm Beach S in Florida handled a gross lake r4e-, .., ,,
f Curt Uhllicar Dec 31 David 1,. from, New York 11'/10 caught. I'I with a friend. business of 1129,501.20, during Pounding Hoofs ,
22 pound snook marched the last welly report Irtcorriplete Your Heart Beat astert s
Young of Tucson Ariz. got one | George Conov of New Bruna- period ,
R'S INN which he kept to han mounted;; across the lobby tight at us and I wick N. i, and Harold Ward of reports available todayIn
said Young man Insulted ,I I Jacksonville office of Florida
Clyde Coutant, Stuart photographei you Palm Beach have been bottom I
!' released a sail: Mrs M\ me last week, You said I was II !1 I fishing from Paul Combs' place I State Markets. revealed This total ,' IThT5AI:
TASTY, DEUCIOUS FOOD R Matheson of Port Sewall'released years old I will be 85 years old Conover specialises In thla form I represented cash paid pro
i In June.1> 1 ducr tot 1013 cattle and 2.3211 t
Mixed Drmn a sail and Mrs Franklin : of fishing down near the Inlet.11
-\-r on Draft D. Jones of Stuart boated two So. td Fire Chief Mann. All fish and ,has been' getting tins customary hogs Figure from several other I NtoI 1 ALSO
HEAR entered In the tournament must ale*'handled during the holiday : UbooFathrLike Sc,
CENEJDN:: TriE SOLOVOX keeping one which was badly i i run of sheepehead and I
be '
hurt weighed at the Fire HoUseALL lacks season, and not previously pub-

STEAKS fnd SEAFOOD Capt Bob Fulford of the DisGrace fish As Ernest Lyons says I Social Note: Absolute tops In limed, added $78.823.44. to these I
a real Stuart old-timer,' "th! scales there are lousy., but r the upper bracket fishing writ- totals representing receipt for,
OUR SPECIALty who remembers the days they they are EQUALLY. lousy for all I ers fraternity dropped in at Otto 678 cattle and 1655 hog*. A con i: FRIDAYandS I'UR AY-JAN9-1G
contestants: Mann met the Ins-1 art over the wek Bill Acker- solldatlon of these; figures,covering !
Jensen Beach SEYMOUR GIDEON the trolled bait for up.sails got with a 34-pound kites to keep wa- ture Mr*, Mann at high school In man. who used to fish\ out of here the sale thusfar! reportedfor DOUBLE FEATUR: OF M'dE CREY THRILI

hoo :j, Amarillo, Texas, She was then himself commercially year ago, the holiday season, give a .5
for I) Sfnnis of BiloxI ; 5
Owner rIaur
1',1 Miss: and on the same day. Cant LydIa K. Glass and her family, and 'H. Kurt Henley, managerof total ot 1693 cattle and 3976 ;: 7 Ar#lO7'MNfttt,

Ted Preston and his Little Joe, naa come from Stuart sport event for,Eastern Air! hog, mark-ted for a cash grand .,, 'se HfiL4f'a f4 /

: i tIIlItlIillIItulIllitlltlltlllljIlililll" I'iiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiWiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiijNOTICED' '" I released a sail for C:C. Stewart outdoors Mann great Joy in life i I. the i Lines, came to a.e Lyon visa total Of 208.324 Mi ,
I' oi Miami while Capt Ford Car huntln' and fishisa'and I was unfortunately sallflshlng I
ter the Buckaroo athletics, particularly foot that day CONFERENCES SET
of got first sails ball I '
and ba
.' for Mr. and Mrs. J: J. Heritage recently I Azkerraan new guide book U
he was deer St. Petersburg, Jan. I.-First
hunting In the back
out. In convenient form it tell ,
fFor of Chicago' and one tor Harry H. country He saw his hound, after task of regional committee of : :, 'sasasL
anger where to fish in Florida
Poole of HamUton
Square N. J,
the Florida Conference of Social I
sale to sell I* an estate: Property Voted at who went out with his son, Billy crossing down and a hold small 'pool, stop lie and possibly one of it most effectlve Work established recently 'will 4
up one of its
358 Hibiscus Roa:I Consisting of Two new charter boat men arrived f'ature are the strip
a lare* 6-room 5 paw A moccasin had be to complete plar.n for a series: '
'I' B: Modern Bungalow jf'lh Complete bath and plaee = in Stuart Friday and will Mann fitted'* on a auction struck' road maps alongside of each cap
work out from Jerry Smith particular locale that Ackerman 1 ,.
Partly furnished, "D> 2-car and the hound 'Community Action for TodaysFamily
is a garage wiki front B survived i
i U describing No doubt about it,
drive and 2 lol Lighthouse dock. They are Capt Mann I / Mr*. Constance Ruddexecutive I
nice with fruit. played on
Oil highschool Ackerman loves plug and ..tnamer With Bruce Cabot Cf .
Thornton of the Let's Oo and team and: hehl'ma I secretary, announced Icy Grapewin Dorothy Hift
:: \. Capt' Harry J. Hartl of the Collegi football team on fly Casting, as even the most today The conference for RegIon I ILUS
=1 Pooka Both men ar? pals and to Coming cursory glance at his fishing 7 which IRON FISTS V*. SIX LEAD '
Stuart he kept right at It this include :Martin fiUlf InZ.ne OreTIM
| PRICED AT $11,500 !I came don the Inland waterway time organizing team for the guide will indicate County will bio held In Fort
together They haU from lower [ The same evening that AC ,f'r' -
Lauderdale Feb. 7,
boys and
,,- Submit firs r Long Island. N Y., where the young men here, He bran and Henley' left, Allen Cor- .-.- -- I
\ of to James R. Darby,\ i fishing talk I is weakflsh and managed(baseball) the which'Stuart won Sallflsher the son fishing editor of the Miami i ; 2iir1?
= I Trustee I stripers along with school tuna. Herald; Fred Fletcher form'r
Florida Coast Glad** League and .
fc They Irnmediat-ly Joined the New York Dally News fishing '
1 | 913 Fort Way*- Bank BId,.., Fort Wayne, Ind. |i I, Stuart Sailfish Club. because of his friendship with editor, now the major domo of ANDMARTHA HY* STEVE BROD1E
Bob Seeds .
,J = or contact lour local realtor or broker. sIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIlllllliri Just to give the proper Judicial lor tM ,York former left fielder the George Ruppert Fishing Con. ALSO "ENCHANTED sQ New Yankees who I Is test and Al tbs !fish STUART '
touch to this week\ fishing newt ; Pflueger :r :
IItitlllIutitIItIIllIHIrlIltIli, !' ii !""" !!.'1 '' round up we chatted With SuVACATIONER now does.In recommend Amarillo. Mann local"1lb1l1n-fin: arid mount man, with his young son. I UNClE -SUNDAY------ 7lONa!YT.JAN. 1112

---- Albert_ arrived In town With
terenea in starting their pro I Lyons Uiey all went over to the I9JJ The Biggest Show lj i ant About Show Bu m'FILMLANDS ,,
fessional ball career by playing horn of Neal Bishop, president ;:

,j jI In the Lone Star League This of the Sailfish Club to see Neal TOP 1 TWitT? SHOW.
; he
year says, ht has Jobs there run off E P Dutton color sail.tlahlnl' .
for Jesse Arnold pitcher and movie

his brother Horace, catcher "This will\ be the 748th time W.III. .
and for Warren Snipes, hort- I"ve seen this" Lyons remarked
,(; C MON FLORIDA SPECIAL atop but even so we noted lit showed Specially, i 4i1ftV.
I,' But this 1 Is getting away from '
'; ; quite a bit of interest
Dseei.pose reseed vat Di.sqi.psund .dll as p.s. "l' 'fishln.' Mann
.r11\: 55,5 ,sslss, I. 1' IS Nm YwktI., "Ann.. estimates the The next day all excepting
Ysk. 2 5.51.1 a 1as, erSs 54 Wisse I'ares'. is. biggest bass, fresh water, that h<, Lyons and Bishop went out with RentalsPer
; 1- Iossge as: tss ,o5 can, d"5 ems ad bUvI5s., has caught at t 3/4 pounds and Capt. Earl Dare aboard the char .
he never forget the 'three-quar. "
boat Jean Dare. Did they ,
ter pound either Those enter get any !fish? No of course not) information -
log their fish are advised that Who expect a real fishlnx expert to S:;' r'

Johnny Mann la plenty husky-o get a fish anyway But young Real 'EaUU -
he played on the .Stuart Vet Albert had a tough break. Captain Insurance : ; '

: football team this tall-so, no Dare said the lad fished jrrlte er See ; :

L4- arguments about those "lousy\ s teadilythy had three hits,
rri1: scales that Lyons talks about s ails all around, but aside froma JOHN E. TAYLOR
Ernest Tyner took out Jay lot of sunshine that was all.
Burnslde of Miami otv his DeeDye Talked with Pflueger few I Osceolajbldg. Phone I4J I II !

)' May and a* a result Mr. minutes after he got off the Jean Q STUART I \j tIL

r: Dit..I..wer04! -" .... MIAMIAN Burnslde boated a 7-foot, 7-lnch Dare. More than S,000 fish were J
I. ..",." CMcktt to Hnt Y.Hit 1LwlccW! D...I._.. toW ..h.. sail weight 53 pounds after a I... //I II
I. W.sal.5.s. h,.... rnaa Ws 5. N... '.": h. 35 minute battle Previously, ,1d I
I.sa.g t tut tkrmfli r>Dminil dusag gar sad ii_isa Tyner got a first tall for Dr Carl LIST Room
ri > WllllMftMFLORIDA.. ....,.. Poet, Stuart dentist.Ed Homes jour with > ApartmvAt, and Rental II
W Stevenson of fL1 ,
t L4 Baltimore
here with his bride on his honeymoon FULFCmD I
J" ( won for himself a stiver

t! .J sallflsh lapel button when he ..t edot
i'' went out with Capt. H. W.
h; Saunder aboard the Hi-Hook BUYING CELLING X HENTINCPROPEfcr

and came in with 7-foot .)H>. :: MANAGEMENT

SPECIAL HAVANA Inch sail. He also got a tuna Write I\p, BoYJKo. 4
I h IIDI FDA SPECIAl and 321
a king mackerel Just before North kloradjf Avenue '
,. <
tWnkegt isolis.) DMl.M "
Diassl'sowae.d all. e 5055 leaving for New York
City, Pho% 311
w 4 Fullnm l. Wiik. 5. Ska isis .,th. ADDED "
CkiSsgk P.5. where he will take Wolf" Cart Fox News
.... ROUTE up advance .s -
10" Stuart
CoI."Ii., 'as w. sad ...aidss5. lHoJfda $1
esshisag tori
5s..ok lost,'... New f.".." 5.55 .. Ie educational work at Fordham -H Capetown" welty
.1' sad. aeise psaess., s.d SSsis PM. 'Jsctssesss University Stevenson dropped in ::=:: -;::::: : rI1-L., ,__ :TT
'I. .r s.. -.l it sailfish Club headquarters to
JIi : get his button and to thank all TUES.. and WED, THI DAY ONLY

I YOUR CflOICE F 'Wcie INE TRAINS those who had given him: and WHEN YOff\EED JAN. 13' 14 Grand

i ti: his wife w hospitable a 'time rI-ii-l DOUJE FEATURE
VIA FLOB A EAST COAST BAD. AT Captain 'Saunders,, earlier In LUMBER H J O41 BaWit Tone*

t tI and TLANVC COAST LINE the week, got three tall for ? TssCtttSeSISOIS
I tj
Louis M Orliuteln, New York OR AWY "r'.
j LOUISA rtoiiDisrteiu' NIViNA City, and the all-ambraclng comment .
IWAMPIOI Pi515L "I.IAII VAtiTiONU IPiOIALLw. that Onmteln made a* beimiiiiiiiitiniiinimniiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiii

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.LEGIIlEonNS LIMITATION DENIED SALES CONCERN PERSONNEL ENJOYS HOLIDAY Y been warned if I14\ I would If he keep working while he ,Is !f

eland Jan I. Florida 'Tallahassee Jan 1.-A request Expanding Rue" it. smiling I' .
hern College opened IU win- o_o o-o .
tern Tuesday when students that liability, of telephone company State f The only virtue In not having Hats off to the Vet for their '
med from their Christmas for errors In IU director: Market any in mey lies In not boasting win over the Jets football team Ir
An enrollment of about listings be l limited WM denied bj about it ,
days of West Palm Beach A glorious\
the autumn\ term regls1 the Florida Railroad and Public' 1M o aAltc i j'.1' :
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arks /947 I > end to a good season
1 ti expected militia Commission all JAnuary has been avery -.- .. :...- i ,
Vi trul, l month In the Kist I
An expanded and more ]active l- ...I 1 0111 rauntry. On the 1st LOYAL ORDER OF I ,(
.' "1.,. .,1. t 173 Paul Revere MOOS I
LOWERS Far All OCCASIONS Florida market highlighted the
wa bow .)17th, 1927 the first STU AH T Loco Its
year 1947 and Is moving on. sustained I n (immunisation l beK MEET S,ml M.s.s !
iOUQUETS+ CORS JGES r to CUT FLOWERS Into 1948, the research w Ph \ Yark and Londonw r.EACH Irtf Hot WFSNESDAYS TH '

FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS and Industrial division of the ,. i .lied I Our first na* a Moose m ,
Florida State Chamber of Com (1 IiJIl was held January a. rEDMAt. 'lGHWAVSTD \ i
and J IMPORTED ill ': :
DOMESTIC CERAMICS J January 9th, 1839
merce stated In '"'
yesterday a 'I
pro 1
.. pho ':ipliy daguerrotype) was
Umlnary summary of the Itate'! n..1' ?I Alexander Hamilton : '
SMITH'S FLOW L & GIFT SHOP economy of last :year w.i: b.3. nuary U 1757 On ART I 't

WE WIR FLOWERS "Continued strength of the JfLI1U1\; \ UPI the first Sunday CITY COMMISSION ,; >t tReg
6 ''i'"a'" I 11 tins country was started -
tread Bid,. Sth %., Ft. i fierce Phone 310-J Florida market U brought out by b; lilt Quakers In Phlladel- ar Meetings t!
a number of factor Individual phia. Modern printer ink was
Income payment to Floridians fir t UH i by Jacob Johnston in I :00 P. M. I

were higher last year than In Fh.lao.,;puia;! January 13, 1804. .and 4th .11 11I'd.

We S lV eBetmIOMB .tom a "We Service the Re t"CARLSON 1948. This Increased ability ot 60 you can see! the month of WF/DNESDAYS I
Florldlans to, buy was reflected January has contributed much \ I >
to the: hi tt ry of,this country of uart.. City, Hall ",
In greater retail sales and bank ours "I
S debits,both indicators: of business oOHe e ,1"1:' I' .i!.

& Radio activity. The State's growing o.'tIho' can smile In the face p (lie Always Welcome /1 j'j''I' ;
Radio Phonographs and eww4rhelw of adversity Is bound to succeed I
population labor
force: provide quantity employed market Off date and .p..iIf'hl.ltiV' of the Stanley protlk, :ttltt. , I :
.. and maintenance of high per at a Christmas party here Dec, 20( at thy com+uny's new lieadqunrU (tile) former Ira MA ''I

kRTLHTT BROS. capital and income more attractive adds the qualityt necessary -rmvli-).-)-0" the North Fork of the St. Lode hirer. -..........- I r f"JOE" 'I Ii IiI

othat market. I More new tennis players com;! 1 I II
11 Oaceola :e. ,Phone 209 'Duni Regional Trade Barometer NEWS OF COUNTY'ACTIVITIES Ing to town.David Irons 4he new' IOSLEYPLUMBING '
,'designed to reflect the I vice president of the Citizens i t,.,. I r q.
volume of consumer expenditures The ColumnBy Bank was the singles championof I ''i
showed the Florida barometer County Agent's' Nashville Term. before com.1 ; r
the highest In the Unit.! log here More tennis \
ed States for five months ending L: M Johnson II but still no court. It 1s true wear JOBBING CONTRACTING r. f ,
OR EXPERT September (latest Available) after '- getting some action for I
getting off to a slow start In 1 New Vear* Greeting from the which we all are grateful but we!. ALL SERVICEWORKGUARANTEED ., ; _,I'
January of last year when the County Agent office, and Beat do hope that we get results f
barometer was slightly below the I o-o RAINS BLDG PHONE 311 : l' I
national Wishes for a year of good growIng I See Where. Why women how such "
/ Work average II caq r
MachineShop Electric production In Florida I weather, abundant crops and : good taste In husbands and 1/
climbed significantly last :year I good 1 prices for your products. I by W. II. (Bill) Mitchell such poor taste In load? r
over 18 i(: gas tax collections Increased oo '
; the volume of construe Why not put In first' place on I By W. H. Bill Mitchell .All too often the advertiser regards Bath Roojn We, and Asphalt Tile ::11':11'Also :11'i i
Herb Young, general contractor -
CAL STUART 33 tlon contracts let was greater the list of New Vear Resolutionsthe pictures in his M" as
and the number of new businesses I for the new Dehon building. non-essential j Just pleasant Supply I of/Belgian Tile in various colors '
Incorporated continued at! matter of turning In your 11.1 putting forth every effort to things which look pretty but are I 1 JaA 3.'16 Cc a high level report ot the conservation practices complete the building and have more or less of a needless exP'nse INSTALLATIONS and' SALES h
;Jtuart Rarine Service These 'plus' forces more than! carried out in 1947 The I It ready for occupancy as soon rsl Nothing could be further Tile BatM Dramboard Porches of I
offset weaknesses present In Jan sUn deadline Is drawing possible I from the truth. Oood cuts are! I, Quarry Tile ,
both national and State economy oRummy -o an Integral part of worthwhile
near Don forget the Invokes FORT PlERfr TILE & CONSTRUCTION COP .
Inflation and the tardinessof Gin seems to be the advertising-an important factor I *
the building program are and fertilizer bag tags :popular game these days. Most which arrests the eye and shows
Incorporated among the most evident of these I any time of the week you will the prospective customer how HOWLETI II II'
forces The drop In Income from Now \la th time to take stock 'see two or three games In progress your product appears. The Stu-
some agricultural crops formerly of those Jobs which were put off In the lobby of the Carlton art News has recently purchased __ i O. Box 1IS1 I' >ne 787 111 N.'llth St, tort Pierre

supported by njgh Government until there Is a little spare time hotel. a new and up-to-date mat service II
purchases and n expected increase O-o to help the advertiser! withhl.l --- :'
Invite Y&r Friends To and to check up on those safety By the time you read this
In business failures and advertising plan. NAND PAINTED ,>9Ntkil aifG
How about the water
non-farm real estate foreclosures -measures\ column most of your New Year O-i-O I r
are more local applicationsof lupplyT, Did you have tin.water resolutions will have gone by the Two heads are better than one I' D t
;lailsportl thj national economic 'head- tested in 1947 A safer water board. unless the coin belongs to the "
restaurant o-o ,
aches' Is other fellow. '
supply the primary necessity The sand-blasting Job on the 'I
o--o j
for the farm home. Sooner or
FROM Lyric Theater building! Is com- The Sunrise Inn. under the '
Just South of Fraiifl C\eek Bridge on U. S 1 QUICK later that faulty stairway or pleted and the painting Job Is management of James H. Rear ;i
el Arhlnf ladder will let you down. Be
SymptMfM well under When the job I.nnlaht'd *
way. don Jr opened its door Dec. IS
STOMACH ULCERS lure to hang that lantern on a the building appearance 235 Old Dixie Hi-way
for the winter season The buildIngs "
hook In the barn
strong away will be a noted improve- and StuartPHONE
ACID swimming pool surrounding
MICTO EXCESS .from the wind and cobwebs Remember ment to the business section I
grounds suffered dam- ?76Let's
REAL HOM C OKED MEAL firs awaTd.etN.wlaTrptmalrtth.tMeat explosive vapors de- I,
NsIp east WM Cst Von Netbtng velopwhen kerosene 1 Ia pouredon Why do woke;;o who are diet. age from the recent hurricane I
but are again In first class condition -
tRY OUR DELICIOUS STEAKS Tuar.o..r. sinloe ash Mrs bane.wl 0rua.e rwlM[sirlympum. hot aslvs. Kerosene should Ing accept dinner Invitations? The tennis court was resurfaced -
,a. ..rMl "m a.e wend never be used,for starting or o--a and a new court Is now
Dw..r Alleaw.M sd reviving lire In stoves Did you The other day the writer was under construction. When com-
pWI" put out that campdre i nheA you .
fOODS Asari lla.a.IY reviewing name old newspapers pleted this will give the Inn two. ,
SEA wld ow lr were out hunting? the'ftfI'tury.
published before the turn' of top-notch tennis courts
YY Incur 4-Sne bBRUNER'S A glance at the advertisements o-o '
BENJAMIN GpDDAflD, Prop, RMACYLr5. Useful tins. about this and and price quotations A certain business man on

Th..re 5141 es.e' that: Indicate how simply the people Osceola avenue who handles
Strong antiseptic solutions must haY lived at the time Christmas toy) was Keen the other t 1
lye solutions strong soapy wa
,1 Judging by a'material measure day trying out one of his toy I
1 TITLESABSTRAC1 tern from laundry equipmentand with today. We com-
ABSTRACTS ESCROWS compared) sewing machines A woman f
other strong chemical solutions cost of liv- pass-I
plain About the high
should not be allowed to Ing by taw him sewing a (
& 'T\TLE\ INSURANCE CO, INC tank Ing But remember we never get of cloth stopped In and asked II I
run Into the farm septic a* something for nothing We always
action i? he did sewing here I am not
10 V TORY ARCADE they will check pay In on way or another
tuart, Fla. Important In ..wage'dllpoaal. Our liven have been bountifully' -mentioning_any. names-for- I have ,
Since feed is sky-high, wls*I filled with the necessities and I' I
CONSULT US i farmers are getting the low-I luxuries of life never dreamed of
down on pasture and crop production by our fathers and grandfather
"" With a true sense of appreciation REAL
>NE PREMIUM FOR LIFE Heavy producing hen consume we should be gratefuL Remember .-
relatively large amount this Is the year of 1948.
[2 Hour Abstract Service I .V .w Courtesy I of oyster shell On* pound of ----.--
shell contains only enough calciUm ESTATE

t for about eight dozen egg*. Smokey Says: L: % ,
One kilowatt-hour of electricity PEOPLE CAUSE MOST r i( ._... .
will pump a thousand gallons 4
of water from the average w00p5 FIRES! Properties f all d,
farm well.COZENS .
COfiMAN I for sale.Also 7.
New Smyrna Beach, Jan. S._4 C Y rental d incur, '
William J Cozen. executive ,

AUTOMAT C oil HEATERS. Beach manager and of Southeast th*' New Smyrna Volusla ancb.Edwar. w'.. ,

has County been Chamber named acting of Commerce executive SMOKER$ all pull ogether in '48 r1 y

director of the East Coast Highways app
Association: for 1948, according for tter
E JOY to President David K.McOlnni .
R ItorP.
of Edgewater Just returned -
from executive session of PARTY eil SERVICE
0. ade dg.
AUTOMATIC the organization held Dec 30 and
THIS SI at Marlneland. Mayor W. R .b.u Phone 19
Baker of Stuart 1* Martin County N peept. ewe as. n s [ e bs,
t. the boardof *fj throw Wi*>| lUKlM .. .,8 "gre"y
representative on I Allow a litt rim.! bet. |n a
[JO,FIRE-TENDING! directors.: Mb a,. WJ as w a.A.. .. calls to pen H other to hcl s ''i 1

their turn at the line. 1 To
NO WORK! clip


!NO DIRT! nL'' a I ISE r

1, 10 A1t1E IN When another party on your t "I1Ntf
RADIANT line hat an emergency, please ',

GIVES YOU JEXTRA. COMFORT' FOR. SPECIAL' NEEDS| ON COOL DAYS 1M1RGtt release, the line quickly. ii iiI


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joy the benefits of modern, automatich altbEul heat and "warm I Floor*" com. and assures better servoS line for you. KEEP t0 '+) '

': at low cost" i ST ART 66 your party neighbw f 4I i i
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t f0 P Be lure phone I is placed
I pNt3 y securely en hook after each

Electric ServiceS fVVtY coll Remember,one phone off 1AR1

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I .1ttMe.--Stsn. Spiel, ... less flNh.II. Tenth wul. too ... lot DISTRIBUTION HIGH winter months Tip cutting Just CHURCHES or CHKUT SCIENTISTSACSAMCItr .... anise W7c5.e Shins ta the WrM I ...
ROW't5'TO! POBUSll SUGAR ta It uklwt l .... UM as ?
Dr. Potter Invents Gadget to "ANIMATED MAGAZINE" I A total of 338,970 short tons ot after the plants. finish blooming Iwess-awns wsrl olio.. ... rad ,. ..Blew...;".'_...:. ,rittII.... ndd.- th.'asde.. hi ....IN......
In April and May do fairly well tkr k .......... ... __.
refined sugar was distributed' for CkorchM rf ClrIo.1 sod -.A..I _... 110....... imtk' band .... ) ?
Revolutionize Wlntir Park (FNS* The MM WUmot suggests two spplIcAlons out Ik* ward *t *.-4w, J..u_ II .a 1M _old ., a ?.. will, ......1!_.. !. 4. ",
Fishing Ralf Sint
Sport Animated Magazine, which annually I i consumption In seven States of I of 6-7-5 or 4-7-S fertlltefT at. c._ Tn h., Tk anH '"< UM sent. .1 'Y"- 10 .P.55 5d Ie bsr k'.. M4 ........_. of O.e.t U..
I the Southeast, Georgia Florida annually to gardenias, Lees Jaw Ch'ik sad 1M 5.oe of Osd. let, snob ......", ... .a o sy b(Inns awes. IWnhaba a lie _It
-- attracts thousands, to oe North Carolina South Carolina, .. Uu ._...(" rf Uw Mollt ChM. _. .ltl
I ductlvt take bait Rollins ', Ix |the first In early spring and the .. 1* IDA ,,7- ---- ::::r----:::
By IAPV fLAGG they may my College erfnptii 4 Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee .ho .It! r .11" (U CwtatktaM -
lyA( ; first six second In June If lhetU: Is Uu ettat..... Vktok mnintottlx WIVES AND MOTHERS Of CHINKING MEN
) even before It hits the water"As here for the Slap those, during the (Guest
Reporter published I months ot 1947, C Parker Persons i iI I i alkaline, sulphur should be applied lMM..4<..... .U Uw.. ....../.. ham .
Stuart. Florida Experiment: I we climbed tnt\? our jalopy Sunday. February 22. regional director of the VS I aba. or aluminum sulphate the llbto: AW k. lot km, and ...' ALCOHOLISMSuccmsfiiltr
GL1Wlt noty being conducted at SnufHarbor tp leave Snug Harbor testing President Hamilton Holt I ,Department of Commerce, announced ;I may be used Iron sulphate applied .....k., teed beds I. sod ease ..t. Wkk On. WMk Of HnvlhllMtiMWlilTI
Rollins, who originated the nag. {: '" TmeM
and I to thetll: or as a spray tk_ ..,!... TkU' .b .Y bode wkfc-k Ittor
Just\ beyond the city ground DC\ Potter grinned ailn- will again wield the editors If the sans ratio ot :. ..s.sbes..0n. I CROSS WOSPITAI"
I will alleviate-a .110..1'1
limits and facing the St. tucu AS! K farewell said "you tee t blue pencil; Dr. Edwin 0. i{ distribution Is continued during to the plant ." Luis fM SI. Ittn Far 1sasn.fdea
: chlorosis caused: by too much ( ......... .. \ Ph. 1 5.81 ,' St .Petsn&wa. FIe
river by Dr ttullls K. fotti want to catch fish and hot haveto O, will act as publisher forthe I the second half I ot the year, tits 1 LM. f.nrie.la.>l do. the. (210 CMH el Amuse

or Chicago. a member of the cast yl nu to now I've had e't" year 1M7 movement would exceed the 'I alkalinity,Gardenias are subject: to root .MIomtM.._.. both.ek.'a.e.st..anon ...* 'H_ltk ._ _
colony, may revolutionize sUIt The "magarlne that comesalive" 529.953 tons distributed In 1946he with Kry H the B rlH.t.' >, ".'7 .
and other kinds of fishing In "water to cast yet up to now I'". had scheduled said knot and should b*- kept mulched B.i... tM>+ TlM; ten MUM U .wlrMwlI dd ..
winter ,
Is each .
where, a ftshfrman must :. ascot can't. so far, be classed lln one of thin feature events of I The mulch reduces attacksby the I lo.t.ass.H< had the m:t=, b Tk. )=':: .

tan 31)31, from beach boat or bridge( the field, of atomic power ornuclear as the Founders Week Celebration. CONSUMPTION: fiGURESThe knot nematodes and at the which, same cause time root supplies had than sass_..-eat..un.lu."TM"J., .. Mend ..< bend*.** Item wftre I sit/i y Joe Mars

burl his line out sufficiently farto I physics. t call I It Contributors read their own j Inspection bureau of the .li..h.4 N-e des. lean bM rm. II ... _
Ab attract good sited Ash I irk..: manuscripts from a canopied! Department of Agriculture in needed .organic- matter to the 'sent l*.lk '"f ....,...1 kl... hwl-.I.I. l lUM
flsh-phyalcd. My ... TWHater
Or Putter of the plant. I. ski l < .tln> rt s
theory nnhljigI Its an old faahlonecllnCIIhot- platform thaf serves e s an edl I II Tallahassee reports 232,883 gal ornamental Is >! W all' b.r e.. tM.w
I that whims, plug U This very I.. ,.h-: .. .J.. .
slugging a glant-lzed with a few .Im- tonal I office, Subscribers listen of gasoline and 17.S39 gal of -( J fu.t.iklM -
subject to attack by seal tnd _" .
: tk (II* l l
good eicercls after -an hour or I kerosene consumed In Marten ,
three It wean a teh&rman out. provementsCOMMIMTV. white seated out of doors on County were during whltefly These pests are Invariably ,4, T rs Feet Hurt
campstools, I mold, GEMS OP THOUGHT
followed by sooty
b He runs out of man power or nucatt U>47.
of the
the the
; CONTROL In past .
lone ITT whatever It la I' _, j whl:h makes the plant Unsightly _
power or !RATS WILL SAVE moat famotu representatives 01 Spraying with an oil emulsion TRUTH
that urges him to heave out two the> literature. Industry. dtjlonmcy POINTS FOR SUCCESS After a long, hard dij' work no>'s Garden Tavern, Thad
| FOOD, t'EED. MONEY arts during the dormant period of Troth L tbs ......It 01 h-ast. 1s.Hrea ea
miles of tine to ratih a pair of and I IN GARDENIA CULTUREIOUTLINED .. Idea it how with all .f lees,
I Journalism j sports I winter helps to control scale and tee spe11ntlee d 1\ atfate.P.s. the farm, Tkadi e x glass sy
.... baby So the blue doctor Is experimentingwith :| Gttinesvlll. Fla CommunItywlde were Cordell Hull. Justice WU I BY W1LMOT( whiffly All Tru,k .b Irom I I..U. prod Mt evening U U take ofhod la Iwiui tin aliw that with i|
\ ',I rat control projects will lam O Douglas Dr' Wellington I oalne'VIl1'- and relax with s an the flfl> (bare lack gets Iw
what from a Snug Harbor I
Coo, the Chinese diplomat I Or r- Fla -.- Gardenias
aide road like nuclear: not only conserve vast amount* 1 : glut ci beer tin fcr) ewa way
appears Bob wide of 'G. I
I Carson, Mme Louise Homer growing on a range
physics a ,sort of rocket I; ot badly needed grain and other reller. Joe Tinker and others 1 soil types throughout Florida,) E. LEADS THE WAY IN Bui till'minus jbM'other Meat. WoVtd, toot In fact, now Ik

bomb technique operated mehlnlcaUy r foodstuffs and feeds but also ,Founders Week will start on I but 1 It does best In a rich, moist PRICE REDUCTIONS Afbir being in th). house rf day 1Ndasee ices an acnulanal Im rw
.( / that shoots a baited save Florida farmers and townspeople February 16 and conclude with soil high In organic matter and! I he'i all for waiving to th *illege, ateglaakf beer herself.And Thad
line and sinker over water for i thousands of dollars )- he mid-winter convocation in'Knowles 'i add In reaction, according to RJ i I General Electric Has Reduced" Prices on Ranges, U Its only for a soda.Ljls to ses finds ltsV>Ieaaantr to enjoy lu,

considerable distances AlreadyhU I, many, according to v. L. Memorial Chapel on Wllmot, assistant horticulturist Refrigerators, Electric Uankets, J>!sh washers. people,catch the latest /eslp. But beer with feed tmtBanioiui,ratlw
contraption per year
> projects line
a Monday February 23. with the University of Florida Thai no, iU fcirin Be- thaealoos.\fsct5hl.l.et
nearly 200 feet vithout amunl- / Johnson rodent control specialist :- I t 3% to % says rtoPpfe

.,. tlon or explosion ot any kind with the Agricultural Extension About 35 per cent'of the 800,000 Station Agricultural ..- Experiment/ I Make Your Sele h Today f U cause unpleThadlhonMV at tness la hurting tool

Passing Snug Harbor the other I Service new homes built In 1947 included I iautomatic Formerly known as the cape <
,\ day we saw a man stooping bed i He urges Florida commutlltlei t heating i comparedwith jessamine, the gardenia has been I Thea Bill Webster com ep>wpb lJ/
h a heroic eaatl W> thought I to Join tn the battle against rats an average of 1$ per cent i an important home grounds; Martin Co E trio Co. rl a idea,If Tkad takes the talan.hortl .t.
In the war which has been declared -
him aa artist painting a landscape
: throughout the United before the war according to I IMlnneapolis plant for many )' ara. It Is fairly I Phone 75 Dehon
of the beautiful river front Bldg.
propagated by cuttings
Regulator easily
Bat we wondered why so large States. Killing rats around Honeywell :which are best made during i I C. "*At, JWS, VIol Sates A,.wr.bon-
an easel So In we drove to find farms and homes 1s one of the Company. ___----- I ---- -
the good doctor a scientist I easiest and most practical waysof
and man of many talent conserving food and feed for
fiddling with what to our un- livestock and poultry," he de- DOLLARS -. !. PATRONIZE
sci'nUflc eye looked like a' dares :J M&.iRJa
giant sling-shot operated with! He points out that rats waste SPENT IN ":, ': HOME' FIRMS
rubber pulleys cut from inner! more food products In the Unit- MARTIN
tubes He was hestitant about ed States each year than 200.000 f
explaining! the phisics slant of I, farmers can produce. Each rodent MARTIN COUNTY OFFERINC'YOUSTAY
his projectile Modestly hOW- eats 50 pounds of feed per
ever he talked about parabolic year and contaminates much AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY THESE SERVICESWe

curves wlndag elevations more. He believes the rat popu-
the law of gravity lation In Florida Is larger than I I _. I
rcdatence and things far too the human population. ---
nebular for our one track factual Rats produce nothing but -
mind 'to comprehend more rats," destruction, disease I
'" til how you how my dingus Mid death," he says It is just\ Pick Up and Deliver Web Oixhvay CASEY'SGolden J Plumbing & He ing
. Work," exclaimed the doctor I load business and good farm YOURLOOK Stuart I
'" liot once but a down times we practice to get rid of them Since Motors Gate Camp j jI A Sheba Met
: .aw the projectile to "which he they travel from farm to farm, Taj ;
'- Cabins A Trailers
," : ,< Vfi. )I eventually! hitch a flshlllg the most effective: way to get rid LAUNDRY I j AOTHUR52ED DEALER roa I PUMPING sY Ms

and bait, said through the air at them is on a community F 0 R j 5e Jsa Tso Lose T.. a.d
'j with the greatest of ease WIt baste" First\lass Work Prompt Dependable !
ttl. Beer Served 9154IN '
like the guy on the flying trap Red squill, properly used will Phdhe 287 SERVICE STUART P UMBiNCa0
egg. destroy rats and Is practically Courtoout ; DAY AND KITE Sundays
>. "Dont get too inquisitive: about harmless to other animals and WRECKER SERVICE I i i MET WORKS

,f:" say ":xp cinunt." snapped the humans. In more difficult cases PEORLE'SLAUNDRY I BODY REPAIRS 2% ms So. Stuart, STUART E j a so.
,f }' toventor, "You newspaper reporters | 1080 can be used but must\ be : PHON1.19jCOMPLETE' J
PHONE 9142Uncle Fed. High "No.,1PITCHFORD'S A TAXI IT1 PHONES, D IM 9ei be $e
I \;: :. always ask too many i applied by one authorized to use ay
,, \ qUB tloos. Besides Wit Is the it. since it is extremely toxlo . --. ..-. .- --.. CHEAPERHOME'
. :t'l. atomic age', ten't it' Hand power I Mr. Johnson Is cooperating '
.,;, :ifc. lonely: through, runnermittt -! with county agents In conduct 1 -
fn a tailor and like soiling Ing rat eradication campaigns You W I BUILDlr
thioi rye never I been able i :and demonstrating\ the use of YOU! BEST Electric and Refrijeration See ET US

.Uj{ see any sense in wearing.. myself ; 1080. If You Vi t /SERVICE I : Gusf Your Car or True
out casting plugs, and heavy: Bt says It Is Important that }
nplela Check Ud
bait, J | all baiting be-done at the same MUNCH'BARBERS No Job fToo Large Or sez. .. 1 (
r Ttilatadget I'm working on Is a tIme to Insure complete cover- I TOO Small PERCENCED ATrrpeeaeIMo

'') self "caster I can sit on Ute f'1 age. P HOBS SOUNDELECTRIC ttk'-: ...in Rmr.dastn.tr Amnia, FnlimrMilWto4.> .MECHANICS
". \ beach, tttax, smoke and Hn-Il- ens' .1 Alt Kind.
Oldest Shop In S art General Conlractii OrEN 54 15005w DAIlY
IJ. Tampa r"the Stuart Dally Although; the BLS Index of CO. I
i Neal and go home In an hour 1:wholesale: commodity prices Is Your Patronage: Day Phone This Isn't me the plane' and Repair
Appreciated P. O. Box Standard Oil Co.SUPER
or week as fresh as when I start I presently r 105 per cent above I 832 .
tJ. Ashing" j'939, the average price: of the Lyric Theatre BId Hobe Sound 3271 was late that flies my stuff One Block Weal Pal1, j StKVK.1 STATION

; At night my projectile hasI! Un cans will have Increased. only Stuart Nit. Phone I tJy from Washington State ..... City Bride On Tb j awlral s'. CHANIN.ER, on.
possibilities You know how the I It'a I''about 30 per cent In the ten-| Stuart 347-J 1 i 1 so If ''this week's column ,Right Dtw
big babies are fascinated bylight. I]rear period between the first of .
can enclose a flash lamp j 939 and the end of 1941, Amer creaks remember Its my _
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and the projectile so se-1 11 ican Can Company has reported. spirit speaks. I +- -- -
-- TRUEMANFertilizer
CANDYHOME The New Year eame in SUTTON'SService
MADE 'I I 'Jensen Hdwe.
with a rub-a-dub-dub; you :
Waterfront Properties By Box or Pound : Station
TUXEDO Praline. Divimtes SURE

Alone the Indian and SL Lucie rivers .and Hobs Bound. I FEEDSAND Mexican Creams I' Sallfish I Formerly WetterJ TRY THEM .r THE
Ocean F'ro Coconut Kisses :
horse GENERAL LINE OP I Crown Gas and to
.k.kN INSECTICIDE .,< Butter CrunchICE too ; there are many more, I ? ARE MORE THAN
POULTRY REMEDIES CREAM-COLO MINKS I this ia only a few for the adVance Repair Soft D/nks
a L atMildred I APT'TO HAVE IT.
aCi STUART FEED STORE Heath lsSWEETS of Stuart and the I I

< Oa,5I,5 .. r / 19* FLACLU AVC .PHONE ate I j, county, too. I One mile So. tuariCONCRETE I

JACK MARTIN MF.I Sage advice! for '48; don't j Fed..No., ensen Beachulnn's
sr Z I, tins- _Bldg.4th.- -. St. I let aide Issues kEep! your I _

04 -T mind in a' whirl, but keep

I \\et right ahead With your eye
Docks, .I Mile of Wear l on the squiri-el For the guy who Is sellm' here's the sagestof I

/ ; I Seawalls [RECAPIOUR texts: Business Is done in the presence of prospects Foundati!, Floor, Store

N / and not from the seat of a chair." I Driveways / Sidewalks, i eats. Groceries
f I Boat HousesAll 1./1 I Block, rfck: Drain I' A\d Frozen Foods
a.ar .. en U*. I.( ...... It's nice t to know when' my copy'1 late, somebody's i i Tile, SeAtie Tanks
Types Of MarineConstruction .s-sr ..s,>.a.an.-p.Swl wUmk. ) ready to cooperate Happy New Year I/Fact ROMIt''VELTIU.! GIFTS

ft I r.rk. EYerJ'thi ( ;in Concrete j t o

i Ii Ivan Taylor C ASON'S I I DUNTILE j Jen n Beach

p P. O. Box 474 'ce Station $5..., .. mw. Pr 5.1.PHO .
pj I PHONE 10-4-J I i Fed&al Highway : I. L. DECKER

j j j 1! Box 936 Phone 27-W E 91JI-J

A "IJ marThe I
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pf Bay GENERAL The Best i Shak-Kar-E aStuart' 1& btosa'tn.AMaeuus f fC.A I Jtuart I COME- IN FOjft YOURs

Unique Eatery \ favorite
i v Patla7 -
f ELECTRIC' j We serve ) at the curb yeEwGLOeY Poe DUI.. i Aut Camp I records

n Antiant" Delicioil Superb Cot ,
as and Deaf.i.UALC .
.. Kitchen, Lauadry, j HamburV Hot ulaNwta Modernctts e* I
Cabinet and an imallappliances. Dogs a.d asTali. And Traile Court Requests

Z 'adios. "hey're just h. last word I Seafood RENTAL Filled
) iV DAY
Little nest OK .
Bait For Sal. MoNrli
Open> 11 A. VitoMidnuhlMiU ; ALL CONYENItes
Phon4f75 1 So. on kderal Hwy! i AT couimrkFRANK Samoa BLAIR and BAKE RECORDDeSHOP
at. YE. P5NO15
HI w
t I r fh..
!' ""'h ,...no ..550t ---..Lyric Theatre. Bldf.. _

a oi Improved and Unlm eyed Properties HALE DA ID
f f ordRe
i iI Throughout Martin County SERVICE STATION PAINTCO.PAINTS .


f ;Bewails feint Rivef-U-Rlver Irpertiet ,VARNISHES Cl Entin..r AND Tennis' CoMrt Construction: Jwcs staed
: c TRAILER PARK: ENAMELS Red uees.d at our
u4 or Qveen Dunte
I ', Court
Jupiter Wand 0
) .. Sandwwhta, Soup, PitH ( .rMVHUWIN WILLIAMS I nd Surveyor Sll So. Cs doGe. W //esal. at.ouatelicit.d
MIlK Be. of Stuart OB and Re-Conditlonn
C. B. ,ARBOGAT aPONT PRODUCT Stuart, FI.eidaPts.ae I Phone S141 a !ways y Tennis
Federal Hi Supplies
-Way N. 1 I rhonaUlO I Message
t Beat Estate WATERFRONT rtOrERTUa insurance GULF GASOLINe r. Areade r. 0, Bex 177 IN-S I wni.r. O.B. 151 JENSEN BEACH Fed., way No, 1

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